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Still insane stuttering with 11.10 and 11.9 CAP4. FPS drops to 0 every 5 seconds then eventually the game crashes.
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So after quoting and still no answer, this is my last attempt: Does the 11.10 WHQL driver get rid of the green flickering?
I'll help you out and bump the question.

People might not have checked, or just really didn't have the issue before hand.

I have the flicker issues, but no CF issues. So I'm not changing drivers to test.
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Hope these drivers are good!
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Can't wait to try them out tomorrow with my new 6950.
 
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Thank God

But I still think the game is broken.

My problem: When I first install BF3 everything runs beautifally. Fullscreen and CF killing the FPS.

But if I change BF3 settings in any way, I am no longer able to play in fullscreen because it goes black. I can still play in Window mode, but Crossfire no longer works. ***.
Pretty much the same here ^ Fullscreen will introduce this stuttering feeling. Typing in the command render.perfoverlayvisible 1 only proves my point. I see a lot of activity with spikes alone the graph. When I go to windowed (essentially using only 1 gpu), the game runs smoother albeit at a lower fps. (the activity line on the graph is more straight and without spikes making it look like a seismograph) Basically the stuttering goes away without crossfire.

These WHQL drivers are exactly the same as the 11.10 v3 previews. No crossfire improvements. I tested along with the cap 4. Still no improvements regarding proper crossfire scaling and elimination of stutter.
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No, 11.10 has cap4 built-in. I installed 11.10 and md5'd atiapfxx.blb, then installed cap4 and md5'd atiapfxx.blb, and it was the same file.
Not to sound redundant, but since 11.10 has cap 4 built-in, does this mean I can uninstall cap 4? I installed cap 4 after installing 11.10 WHQL..
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post #67 of 93
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Still insane stuttering with 11.10 and 11.9 CAP4. FPS drops to 0 every 5 seconds then eventually the game crashes.
Your system as whole CPU+Mobo+RAM is kinda bottlenecking that would cause FPS to choke down to 0... shuttering won't hit 0 FPS. Micro-Shuttering effect is some uneven framerates that can be caught with human eyes and it looks like jittery moves (not smooth).

4GB DDR2... BF3 is utilizing big part of your ram due your GPU has limited of 1GB. note in crossfire doesn't mean you have 2gb, you are still at 1gb shared channel between 2 GPUs.

Windows in 64bit requires min of 4GB ram so that's for general usage such as email, photo editing (simple), some Movie Maker or internet. More intensive requires best at 8GB ram for optimal performances.
Edited by djriful - 10/31/11 at 10:32pm
 
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Not to sound redundant, but since 11.10 has cap 4 built-in, does this mean I can uninstall cap 4? I installed cap 4 after installing 11.10 WHQL..
It does not have CAP4 built in. I checked my fps and GPU usage prior to install CAP4 and it wasn't utilizing my Crossfire setup.

So install CAP4.
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Your system as whole CPU+Mobo+RAM is kinda bottlenecking that would cause FPS to choke down to 0... shuttering won't hit 0 FPS. Micro-Shuttering effect is some uneven framerates that can be caught with human eyes and it looks like jittery moves (not smooth).

4GB DDR2... BF3 is utilizing big part of your ram due your GPU has limited of 1GB. note in crossfire doesn't mean you have 2gb, you are still at 1gb shared channel between 2 GPUs.

Windows in 64bit requires min of 4GB ram so that's for general usage such as email, photo editing (simple), some Movie Maker or internet. More intensive requires best at 8GB ram for optimal performances.
That's just absurd. I had no problems in the BETA. I had no problems in any games prior to BF3. I meet the recommended requirements for BF3. I run an OC higher than most current gen stock CPUs.

As well, in other games when you compare a 1GB setup to a 2gb setup and the 1gb is bottlenecking, the game will run fine but perhaps 5-10 FPS slower, not spikes to 0.
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Your system as whole CPU+Mobo+RAM is kinda bottlenecking that would cause FPS to choke down to 0... shuttering won't hit 0 FPS. Micro-Shuttering effect is some uneven framerates that can be caught with human eyes and it looks like jittery moves (not smooth).

4GB DDR2... BF3 is utilizing big part of your ram due your GPU has limited of 1GB. note in crossfire doesn't mean you have 2gb, you are still at 1gb shared channel between 2 GPUs.

Windows in 64bit requires min of 4GB ram so that's for general usage such as email, photo editing (simple), some Movie Maker or internet. More intensive requires best at 8GB ram for optimal performances.
This post has so many wrong statements...

An overclocked Q6600 shouldn't be bottlenecking dual 6850s enough to cause the stuttering, especially if it only occurs during BF3. The game just doesn't like Crossfire right now, as even people with SBs clocked @ 4.5+ghz and CF setups are having the same problem.

DDR2 performs similarly to DDR3 when it comes to gaming, so that is a non-issue. System RAM and VRAM have nothing to do with each other, so I'm not sure why you even linked the two together.

BF3 has used up the full 1GB of shared VRAM between my 5770s(1GB each), but I still get smooth gameplay (except the crossfire stutter) despite 100% gpu/mem usage. As for RAM usage, BF3 only uses up 2GB of RAM, while Win7 uses up about 1GB.

64-bit Win7 actually has a minimum of 2GB of RAM, not 4GB. I only use 4GB and have yet to max it out during gaming. (at most 3GB usage)

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That's just absurd. I had no problems in the BETA. I had no problems in any games prior to BF3. I meet the recommended requirements for BF3. I run an OC higher than most current gen stock CPUs.

As well, in other games when you compare a 1GB setup to a 2gb setup and the 1gb is bottlenecking, the game will run fine but perhaps 5-10 FPS slower, not spikes to 0.
Do you actually see your FPS spike down to 0? When I get stuttering, my FPS actually spikes up from 75-90FPS to 100-110FPS.
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