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mysterious ATI driver has popped up

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by d2k, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. GhostXL

    GhostXL Ancient Guru

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  2. sprower

    sprower Master Guru

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    I've not had BSoD's but videos hang when minimizing/closing from full screen. Just open task manager and they close the rest of the way.
     
  3. teegale

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    Well either you are unaware of it, or you just got lucky. NVIDIA users with decent rigs are beating ATI users into the server by almost 1/2 the time.
     
  4. Memorian

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    Same here,in fact i am so lucky because i never had GSOD or low-2d performance lol :)
     

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    THE drivers run nice for me. did uninstall of 10.3. and didn't have any problems at all.
     
  6. Rathbone

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    I don't have this. Where in CCC should this be?
     
  7. MerolaC

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    In "Graphics" Menu and then "Video Converter"
     
  8. rflair

    rflair Don Commisso Staff Member

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    If you installed over another driver which had a newer CCC then this one you won't get the converter.
     
  9. Memorian

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    Crap,:bang:
    No need for this but.......:)
     
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    0 Problems with these so far in alot of games. AA is still working properly in BCBF2 as well which is a first for my system without having to do the daft res change crap.
     

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    Pretty sure I'd know if I was loading slow, and I wasn't.

    I'll go with the lucky part then.
     
  13. TheGuuH

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    then we are 2 lucky guys :banana:
     
  14. X7007

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    I've found solution to BadCompany 2, you can change the file name BFBC2Game.exe to BF2.exe

    and it will work without any vsync or whatever.
     
  15. rjc862003

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    lol @ 2d performance
     

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    My thoughts

    I did a clean install of these drivers had no problems at all preformance wise they are about the same as 10.3 some games a little lower some about the same.

    As I hadn't tried the 10.3b drivers I gave them a go in all my benchmarks they are faster than 10.??. Most by 1-2fps but I have yet to beat 29fps avg on CrysisWH on enthusist all the drivers so far have been very similar on that benchmark. Across the board the 10.3b's are better optimized than the 10.?? at least for me.

    At the end of the year it will be a new mobo with CF support better OC ability, new modular power supply, DDR3 ram and another 5770 if I have the spare cash it will be a 5970 varient instead or maybe CF 5870's.
     
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    I have tried these drivers a few times to rule out user error :bang:. Work well with everything except for the first time I have serious flickering in BC2. So straight back to whatever one I was on before. As reported sadly leaves memory at 3d speeds.
     
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    why sadly,, does it metter?? seriously it doesnt even raise the temp a bit.. and games are still running fine.. as long as the card GPU is not beeind used by any program it wont raise the temp at all.
     
  20. teegale

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    The average loading time for an nvidia user is between 10-15 seconds. The average load time for an ATI users is 30+ seconds. If you fall into the 30+ category then yes, you are loading slow.
     
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