The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim no crossfire support again

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by mao5, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. mao5

    mao5 Guest

    use Radeon pro to choose bioshock or The Elder Scrolls IV profile to enable weak crossfire support

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  2. redrumy3

    redrumy3 Master Guru

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    How the hell are people playing this when it's not unlocked yet :X I have to wait until midnight rawrrr.
     
  3. Sobtanian

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    You can use an Australian VPN ;)
     
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    Also, dont be fooolish, this forum is a mekka for all pirates downloading games, so you might even find out releases here before rlslog or orlydb? ;)
     

  5. zer0_c0ol

    zer0_c0ol Ancient Guru

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    ouh not this topic again

    pls pls i beggg u modss lock it down and ban this blundering idiot
     
  6. HonoredShadow

    HonoredShadow Ancient Guru

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    Why? What's the problem? Something about the OP or the topic?

    As far as I can see the guy has just helped me get CFX working when the game unlocks at midnight or am I missing something?
     
  7. Anvi

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    Well it seems that this game has negative crossfire scaling with HD6900 series.

    At the first scene I had 32 fps with crossfire on
    and 50 fps with crossfire off

    I'll go elsewhere to ramble about the actual faults in the game :S

    @OP
    You haven't disabled V-Sync so naturally ur GPUs aren't fully utilized.
    Btw. which drivers are you using?
     
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    @OP: What program are you using to monitor the gpu in-game?
     
  9. HonoredShadow

    HonoredShadow Ancient Guru

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    MSI Afterburner. Someone told me this only the other week! Download from the 'download' section in Guru3d.
     
  10. Russ369

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    Im also getting negative scaling with CFX enabled... Sheesh I thought it was the game!
     

  11. GrandMax

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    What a newb!

    All shots locked at 60fps.

    So CFX works? I was expecting visual issues.
     
  12. kn00tcn

    kn00tcn Ancient Guru

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    shots are using bioshock or oblivion profile, if you dont force such a profile, you get junk fps (seen other people's pics), so no CF does not work (negative scaling by default)
     
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    Works like **** on my trifire, getting 20fps. Absurd.

    10.10 whql + 11.9 cap4

    What drivers are you using mao5?
     
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  14. BlackZero

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    what difference does it make what profile you use, if it works, it works... why are people contradicting themselves so much these days.
     
  15. kn00tcn

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    negative scaling does NOT work, getting 15 fps CF on while 55 CF off is not working obviously
     

  16. Cerberus

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    Same, terrible performance on my rig. Also, what's up with the textures? They look like sjit!
     
  17. thatguy91

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    Those textures look very very soft and unappealing, and the colour and lighting also seem way off.
     
  18. BlackZero

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    If you haven't got the intelligent 'obviously' to know that for dual card setups you have to wait for updated profiles for games not yet released then yeah you're better off sitting there waiting for new drivers while everyone else can get cf support with the click of a few buttons, clearly too much for you to grasp 'obviously'.
     
  19. mellodos

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    Regarding some Radeon Pro expirements i had:
    Seems that "crysis" profile boosts fps a bit (especially low). You have to set AA to 4x ingame to notice the gain. 8x is trully overdose for these drivers.
     
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    http://www.tweakguides.com/

    To disable VSync in Skyrim, add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section of the Skyrim.ini file in the \Users\[Username]\My Documents\My Games\Skyrim directory.
     

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