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If it had extra core support we would see (IMO) X6's be on par with SB stock 4 cores.

No it wont... Phenom II X6 Cinebench is nowhere near a 2500K/2600K.
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doh.gif This thread is full of fanboys trying to prove a point. Skyrim has only been released only a week or 2 ago. Some games require months before they can be fixed, its not the driver manufacturers fault that it doesn't work, its the developer of the game. I mean Nvidia probably paid off everybody to make it work better on their games than AMD, which is what i'm guessing.
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I swear that I must be the one in a million on this site who hasn't had major driver issues....pretty much ever.

I'm starting to think the majority here would rather stare at the fraps counter in the corner than just play the freakin' game. Skyrim is running flawlessly on my 6970, guess I'm just that lucky.
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To fix crossfire issues you need to play in windowed fullscreen mode. Go to skyrimnexus.com and search for window in their mods. If there are other problems I dont know. But that new area 20fps crap, this fixes it.

Windowed mode fixes it but there is no windowed fullscreen so you need a mod, which I think you cant use if you update lol...

Where art thou Morrowind!!!!!
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To fix crossfire issues you need to play in windowed fullscreen mode. Go to skyrimnexus.com and search for window in their mods. If there are other problems I dont know. But that new area 20fps crap, this fixes it.
Windowed mode fixes it but there is no windowed fullscreen so you need a mod, which I think you cant use if you update lol...
Where art thou Morrowind!!!!!

Windowed mode disables Crossfire, that's why it "fixes" it.

You'd be better off disabling Crossfire, and just playing in full-screen.
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Proof? You can't start a statement like that and not back it up in anyway. Also if people are paying money doesn't matter on the percentage they make up they can expect to receive as good as support as anyone else, its not like we pay less and accept that we will receive worse support. If people aren't happy they have every right to complain and not just say oh well I'm the minority.

I saw it reported on CNBC around 2:00-2:30pm on the day before the midnight release of MW3, they had a gaming analyst on and he broke down total sales, between XBOX, PS3 & PC in that order of sales of FPS games...

I could not find the video link on there site, as they tend to put stuff up from thier broadcast, but I could not find anything on it...
    
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All I can say is, I just switched from 590 SLI. It was a mistake, even with quad issues.... drivers way better / stable / reliable.

Regardless of who has issues with what, nvidia drivers are a God send in comparison to these. I think some AMD/ATI users don't even have a clue that 99% of the time (even if you don't get maximum performance) the games will run and are playable i.e. don't crash. Don't need registry keys edited. Don't need CAP after CAP after CAP. Don't mix and match drivers with crossfireX profiles. The games always work. I can't remember the last time I had a BSOD or CTD on my 590s. I can tell you I had a CTD playing Skyrim not 5 minutes ago. The 3rd time this afternoon.


BF3 is just not fun to play with flicker/stutter. Skyrim has negative scaling / microstutter. MW3 does play well though... but thats just the MW2 engine tweaks.
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All I can say is, I just switched from 590 SLI. It was a mistake, even with quad issues.... drivers way better / stable / reliable.
Regardless of who has issues with what, nvidia drivers are a God send in comparison to these. I think some AMD/ATI users don't even have a clue that 99% of the time (even if you don't get maximum performance) the games will run and are playable i.e. don't crash. Don't need registry keys edited. Don't need CAP after CAP after CAP. Don't mix and match drivers with crossfireX profiles. The games always work. I can't remember the last time I had a BSOD or CTD on my 590s. I can tell you I had a CTD playing Skyrim not 5 minutes ago. The 3rd time this afternoon.
BF3 is just not fun to play with flicker/stutter. Skyrim has negative scaling / microstutter. MW3 does play well though... but thats just the MW2 engine tweaks.

Yeah, I can't even play Black Ops with my trifire setup unless I'm using RadeonPro. Speaking of which, I don't have Skyrim, but anyone try using RadeonPro with it? I used to have issues with all sorts of games at release, but this awesome program always took care of them.
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Skyrim and BF3 now run great with these drivers for me, although Saints Row3 is now stuttering. Switching out drivers so much is getting old.
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AMD and NVidia have driver issues each their own. What works on one of my PCs may not work on the other. Using both cards in different machines at the same time gives you perspective. I totally blame the devs. Lazy workarounds are what cause these problems. With a development budget of XXXX million dollars, games should work on any modern PC.

If I were a GPU manufacturer, I would probably be pissed because MY CARD is in a PC and you should be writing YOUR SOFTWARE to work on MY CARD to achieve large market segment penetration, not the other way around. At the moment, the enthusiast market is pretty evenly split between NVidia and AMD so common sense from a devs point of view would be to make it work.
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