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it is a guide for invidia but it is also a general guide to help you with basic tips for in game settings as well very hand even for ati users
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I'm not really impressed with the performance I've been getting with my cards lately. My performance in BF3 is fine maxed out, I get very nice FPS sometimes hitting as high as 90s, never dips below 55ish in intense situations. However, in the recent games I've been playing the most (Saints Row The Third and Skyrim) my performance is rather poor. In Skyrim I never get higher than 60 due to its stupid VSync cap I can't seem to get around, and in Saints Row I have VSync disabled and I still never get really close or higher than mid 60s for FPS. Usually hanging around 50s and dip to mid 30s.

Is there just poor scaling in those games or is it a software issue? I'm on the latest drivers and application profiles since I just got my mobo / drive back from RMA and just put everything to its latest.


One thing for sure, there's nothing wrong with the hardwares or the crossfire setup. It's just games related glitches and will have to wait for pacthes and improved drivers to go along with it. Don't worry about it thumb.gif
 

 

 

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Saints Row 3 and Skyrim are both poor for Crossfire support right now. Its down to the developers of the games not adding proper support for it and making it impossible for AMD to fix with a CAP or drivers. Just have to hope for a patch from the developers to improve it. I'm afraid this is one of the gambles of going Crossfire it isn't always supported as well as it should be. Unfortunately it is becoming more the norm for it not to be supported on release and Crossfire users have to wait to get support which really isn't good enough imo and the reason I will going back to a single card as soon as I can.
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