Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Jan 8, 2013.
Yes it does!
Ugh, can't post on the Radeon Pro.info forums.
So, how do we get feature requests to John?
I am hoping Infinity /2.0 will bring us :
-Custom fan control/profiles(like Afterburner)
In the meantime, how do I stop the the Radeon Pro Support Service from giving me the message about x64 not required 'nothing to do here.'
RP is no longer in active development unless John suddenly get a lot of free time working for Raptr.
I wouldn't expect any changes. I requested changing the limit from 120 to 200 for DFC in the GUI which would be changing 1 line of code, but he never did it. For now you just have to manually set the DFC higher in the profile xml file.
Is that why we can't post on the info forums?
I thought he was still working on Radeon Pro Infinity?
No he's not. He works on Raptr.
Great work,that's really useful.
Do you have to do anything special for it?
I use a FX-8350, and both HWMonitor and Open Hardware Monitor show the socket and Core temperatures; MSI Afterburner shows nothing temperature-wise (for the CPU), and only shows me individual core usage.
Also, anyone know of a way to alter Flip Queue Size without RP?
Hey man, I use RadeonPro with Fifa 15 mostly for SweetFX. Prior to Fifa 15 (Fifa 13 & 14) I used it to eliminate micro-stuttering (but that isn't an issue anymore with the game being DX11 & 64-Bit)....
Anyway I just wanted to ask how you got the cutscenes and goalkicks and the such forced to run @ 60FPS. Game runs smooth and everything for me, but cut-scenes, goal kicks, set pieces and the such all run at 30FPS for me.
It doesn't work on AMD processors. I'm not sure about HWMonitor but AIDA64 and HWiNFO64 sensor values can be displayed with RSS OSD.
Open the settings page and disable 64bit support. Not the ideal solution, I know.
Oooh where are the VRM temperatures coming from?
I thought about that, but then don't I lose support for 64 bit executables, as in it won't detect them?
Ah, I figured he was doing that alongside...
So we lose further development on one of the best tools(and unique in it's own right) out there, that's practical and exceptionally useful... in favor of a program that is complete bloat ware and already done by other companies?
Damn, money does talk.
I can only assume it was part of the contract to no longer "update" RadeonPro with new functions. As he had already been working hard on the new update, it seems strange him stopping completely. What a waste of time.
I never had that message again after setting both Radeonpro and the support service to a delayed start.
Ah yes, I completely forgot about that. I accidentally discovered this too by doing the same thing.
Thanks for the reminder.
Any idea how to disable RadeonPro sounds?
They occur everytime my framerate drops below my refresh rate, which is very often.
Hmm, this doesn't seem to work for me anymore...
Unfortunately no further information is given.
No joy here, thanks though.
Any one have luck using it with Dragon Age Inquisition? If I disable API monitoring, it works and some of the settings are applied. So curious as to what API monitoring is actually affecting here...
Hi , trying to set some game with Radeon Pro ( antialiasing ), I found that on Far Cry 3, AC IV , AC III and many other games that only tweaks DirectX 9 apply but not the parameters such as FXAA or SMMA (both differentiated , not all of course)
I read a lot of pages , but I have not found solution to my problem or else misunderstood the solution to the settings apply to games.
If someone could explain to me or give me a link explaining an approach her would be very nice!
Thank you for your answer!