Originally Posted by Thunderpuss
Yea I got crossfire
Im not running an amd card, but i have read a few headlines about poor crossfire driver support. Im very confident in saying its not the cpu, I played it at stock settings so 3.3ghz since all cores are operating, it wont use turbo that way and my fps didnt drop. I know intel guys will bash on amd but on bf3 that will use all 6 cores your going to be fine. Even stock, and I was even running my memory at 1333mhz not even 1600mhz and still played great.
The last thing I can personally recommend is to eliminate the possibility of an unstable overclock and set it back to stock and play it. If your sure your settings are stable though you can ignore that. I personally run prime small fft AND
blend test at least 1hr to ensure a stable overclock. I used to only do small fft but had the weirdest overclock related issue that only happened on IE9 while browsing, I was able to game fine but browsing high flash content web pages my system would shut off. Prime small fft passed 1hr, it was blend test that failed within 2mins. So now I always run both.
I would also try to keep temps under 55c just in case your running above that, technically amd says 62c but since your overclocking your already pushing the limits, having the temp low is your best friend.
Im personally recommending posting in the amd gpu section or doing some research in there, Im sure you will find its a driver issue.
Oh and thanks for the rep Edited by 66racer - 1/25/12 at 5:22pm