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12.3 were total crap for me. I had the same issue you describe and many more. I switched back to 8.95.0 and the problem was gone. They're the best and most stable drivers imo.

8.95.0 is 12.4 beta?

So I should try 12.4 beta before 12.3 whql ?
Remember, I am single card, no eyefinity.
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To add a question to this list... Should I also uninstall Trixx before installing the new driver ??
I would probably do it like this :
- uninstall Trixx ?? --> is this needed?
- reboot
- cap uninstall
- reboot
- RC11 uninstall (via control panel - NOT using atiman or driver sweeper)
- reboot
- device manager uninstall (just to be sure it is really gone)
- reboot
- install new driver
Any step I am forgetting here? Thx for the advice ! thumb.gif

Can someone shed his light on this? Tia !
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Anyone know what could cause this? I think DirectX or a driver update changed it so that some text and some programs fade and are screwed like this. But I've since updated DirectX at least once, to no avail.

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There's a lot of misinformation about those Korean Catleap too or w/e they are called. It's just impossible to get 1600/1440 @120Hz using DVI Dual Link. It's hardware limitation, the bandwidth of DVI Dual Link can not and will not be able to carry such resolution @120Hz.
That's not true. Dual-link DVI doesn't have a defined bandwidth limit. The limits people have been hitting are driver limits and pixel clock limitations in the hardware. AMD/ATI's driver ignores resolutions in the EDID where the pixel clock is greater than 330 MHz when using dual-link DVI even if the hardware is capable of more. When using PowerStrip to control the hardware directly, it's possible to get around 400 MHz on most cards, which is enough to get 100 Hz. I verified the refresh rate with a camera. It's real.

NVIDIA's driver allows the pixel clock to go up to the hardware limit when using a custom resolution, which happens to be 400 MHz on most cards, but the new GTX 680 seems to support up to 500 MHz, which is how people are getting 115-120 Hz.
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That's just physically impossible. I can fool others with proof with screen shot to show 2560x1600 @120Hz. But I won't be able to fool myself. I can force the EDID to do so but in reality = 0. That's just like 60Hz monitors showing 120 or 200 FPS.

 

 

DisplayPort 1.2 is true and has the bandwidth for 2560x1600 @120Hz but DVI is next to impossible.

Why are you saying it's impossible when you haven't even verified it yourself?


What am I missing here? RAMDAC? TMDS?

 

DisplayPort 1.2 = 21.6 Gbit 720Mhz.

 

The standard cable bandwidth of DVI-Dual Link = 9.9 Gbit 330MHz.

 

1920 x 1080 @120Hz 24 bit =  8.8 Gbit 248 MHz <-- supported by AMD/Nvidia and Microsoft/Mac.

2560 x 1440 @100Hz 24 bit = 13.2 Gbit 368 Mhz

2560 x 1600 @120Hz 24 bit = 17.5 Gbit 490 Mhz

 

Will it even be possible to force 2560x1600 @120Hz with DVI-Dual Link though monitor only supports 60Hz?

 

Then why on AMD card there's no adapter to support DipslayPort to DVI Dual Link @120Hz? No TMDS?

  

If the Catleap defacto supports 1440 @100Hz with DVI-Dual Link, the manufacturer should get the driver digitally signed by Microsoft (WHQL) then left to AMD and Nvidia to support the monitor. Don't you think this is the easiest for consumer? Because forcing EDID with custom resolutions might get you 100Hz for validation but always present other issues not user fixable.

 

 

Please kindly fill in what I am missing here. If you found something that I stated to be incorrect let me know; I'll revise it!
 

 

 

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OK you guys with Eyefinity crashes in BF3/Crysis 2 and DX11 in general check this out.

Since I got my new samsung 830s, I've been throwing on new os for each driver. Anyways to the point, those dx11 eyefinity crashes are due to a msvcrt.dll which is a c runtime file. I figured this file gets updated when you run win update, and it gets changed quite a bit AND it has really serious security rights on it to further complicate things. I got an older version thinking I would swap dll's and see. I managed to swap the file thru playing with rights trickery, and swapped files.

Long story short it fubard the install. At this point I could either do the command line deal and revert the file or windows repair. I opted for windows repair and it blasted out the sys32 folder and replaced the runtimes. Thus in my long winded adventure, having windows run repair fixed this msvcrt bug and voila, Crysis 2 runs in dx11 in eyefinity.

Previously I've had issues running all the drivers past 12.2 to 12.4, all of them exhibited bsod 116 msvcrt at some point or other. I'm currently running 12.3 whql and crosses fingers it continues to work. So far its pretty stable, I'm vnc'd into the box with Crysis 2 running as I type this. 

 

What will happen if install the latest C++ with security fix then install Catalyst? Because Windows will not install what's Catalyst trying to install if the system has the latest. That's why we often see error message at the end of Catalyst installation.


Edited by Ken1649 - 4/5/12 at 5:00am
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Its hard to test Mem stability as its ECC.



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Yeah its really strange, but the numbers aren't lying.  I am a bit taken back, I haven't seen gains like this before on Memory overclocking.  We should all get some benchmarks out and start recording the results.  I know I will be in the future.



 

Was testing for memory stability at 1.6v using Heaven 3.0, all setting remained the same other that GPUs memory speed.

started at 1450 and went up in 30MHz steps.

Also forgot to take screen shot of 1570MHz, 1600MHz and 1690MHz, but had them written down thumb.gif

 

 

MHz         FPS        score

1450      95.9        2415

1480      96.3        2425

1510      96.8        2439

1540      97.3        2450

1570      97.6        2458

1600      98.1        2470  

1630      98.3        2475

1660      98.5        2487

1690      98.6        2484   ECC kicking in for sure

 

Memory at 1.64v

1690     98.7         2487   slight bump in voltage didn't yield much

 

1450.jpg

1480.jpg

1510.jpg

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Edited by quakermaas - 4/4/12 at 4:16am
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I'll be having a go at my Lightning once I'm on a fresh install, as I believe I stated already but w/e. Is there any harm in increasing Memory voltage provided temps don't go too high? Also, is there any way to remove the +125 limit? I thought I read that the Lightnings don't have it but then that could be wrong. After about an hour of BF3, all temps on the card were around the 65C mark, with 50% fan. Not quite as good as the DCII with 50% fan, but 99C VRMs compared to 67C VRMs, I'll take 67C anyday. I'm going to set up a 140mm fan (probably my Silverstone AP141, I read somewhere that it's better used as an intake so I'll buy another 140mm to go on the exhaust as I don't have the stock fan) in the lower 5.25 Bays to blow directly onto the GPU and force the air out the back of the case - is this likely to work?

I'm going to need to rejig my fan setup when the H100 arrives anyway :/
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I'll be having a go at my Lightning once I'm on a fresh install, as I believe I stated already but w/e. Is there any harm in increasing Memory voltage provided temps don't go too high? Also, is there any way to remove the +125 limit? I thought I read that the Lightnings don't have it but then that could be wrong. After about an hour of BF3, all temps on the card were around the 65C mark, with 50% fan. Not quite as good as the DCII with 50% fan, but 99C VRMs compared to 67C VRMs, I'll take 67C anyday. I'm going to set up a 140mm fan (probably my Silverstone AP141, I read somewhere that it's better used as an intake so I'll buy another 140mm to go on the exhaust as I don't have the stock fan) in the lower 5.25 Bays to blow directly onto the GPU and force the air out the back of the case - is this likely to work?
I'm going to need to rejig my fan setup when the H100 arrives anyway :/

I run my memory at 1775 24/7 with .025 bump on the voltage. I was kinda afraid to raise the memory volts too much, but it seems some people are without any problems, yet anyway.
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Anyone know what could cause this? I think DirectX or a driver update changed it so that some text and some programs fade and are screwed like this. But I've since updated DirectX at least once, to no avail.
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Turn off MLAA
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Anyone know what could cause this? I think DirectX or a driver update changed it so that some text and some programs fade and are screwed like this. But I've since updated DirectX at least once, to no avail.
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Turn off MLAA

Either that or Restore to Factory Defaults in CCC menu then restart PC. Then create game profile with all the 3D settings. The settings will only apply when you open that game.
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OK you guys with Eyefinity crashes in BF3/Crysis 2 and DX11 in general check this out.
Since I got my new samsung 830s, I've been throwing on new os for each driver. Anyways to the point, those dx11 eyefinity crashes are due to a msvcrt.dll which is a c runtime file. I figured this file gets updated when you run win update, and it gets changed quite a bit AND it has really serious security rights on it to further complicate things. I got an older version thinking I would swap dll's and see. I managed to swap the file thru playing with rights trickery, and swapped files.
Long story short it fubard the install. At this point I could either do the command line deal and revert the file or windows repair. I opted for windows repair and it blasted out the sys32 folder and replaced the runtimes. Thus in my long winded adventure, having windows run repair fixed this msvcrt bug and voila, Crysis 2 runs in dx11 in eyefinity.
Previously I've had issues running all the drivers past 12.2 to 12.4, all of them exhibited bsod 116 msvcrt at some point or other. I'm currently running 12.3 whql and crosses fingers it continues to work. So far its pretty stable, I'm vnc'd into the box with Crysis 2 running as I type this.

...been telling you guys that the drivers are mucking up the visual C++ libraries for a while--this _exact_ file. When I said this, because RC11 messes it up too (this is what messes up the upgrade from RC11 to 12.x), I got the old 'proof' from you, actually.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1196856/official-amd-radeon-hd-7950-7970-owners-thread/7540#post_16820377
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...been telling you guys that the drivers are mucking up the visual C++ libraries for a while--this _exact_ file. When I said this, because RC11 messes it up too (this is what messes up the upgrade from RC11 to 12.x), I got the old 'proof' from you, actually.

So.... To cut a long story short... What is the beste way for people on RC11 to upgrade to 12.3 ? Step by step so we have the least bit of troubles ?
Thx in advance!
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