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I will give driver sweeper a try. Should I run it in Safemode?

Yes it will give the best results.
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Originally Posted by cdxliv View Post

I will give driver sweeper a try. Should I run it in Safemode?



 

Avoid using Driver Sweeper if possible.

 

Uninstall then re-install drivers, if that doesn't fix it then follow thorough to get rid of driver/registry/profile related issues;

 

  • Uninstall all tweaking applications such as Afterburner, Trixx etc if you have it in the system. Select "no" when prompted to keep settings.

 

  • Uninstall Catalyst. Select "Express Uninstall". Uinstall CAP too.

 

  • Delete these folder;
  • C:\user\Program files or (x86)\ ATI or AMD.
  • C:\user\ProgramData\ATI or AMD (need to show hidden files).

 

  • Turn off UAC.
    Go to Control Panel > User Accounts > change User Account Control Settings > Set to minimum > restart PC.

 

 

 

 

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post #13 of 22
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It's called Micro-stuttering. Very common problem with Radeon 68xx series graphics cards running in 2x crossfire. I have 2 6870s, and encountered the same exact problem. There are two things you can do, and unfortunately, both options are sacrifices. You could either run just one 6850, or buy another 6850 to run in a trifire setup. Both options would eliminate the issue.
AMD has yet to come out with a patch to fix this... shame on you AMD mad.gif

Sorry jetboy, but it is not Micro-stuttering. I have the same setup running flawlessly on my PC, although, at a lower resolution (16*10).

I have still 11.12 running on my pc, havent updated to 12.1 just due to lazyness and the fact that everything was already running smooth. I do remember to have used driver cleaner and driver sweeper to get rid of 11.11's before updating to 11.12.
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post #14 of 22
Go into your display settings then under your screen untick EDID.
Its a problem with the games engine not your cards or there drivers.
post #15 of 22
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woo this is an interesting idea. I was messing around with 2 monitors and my tv as the display. I will give it a try as soon as I get home.
post #16 of 22
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Can not seem to find an EDID tab under any of the options. Windows or CCC. Anyone knows where it is? I searched google, didn't see any simple checkbox solutions.
post #17 of 22
For me to get to it.
Right click desktop,
AMD Vision Engine Control Center.
My Displays
Properties

Then its in there.

When its enabled BF3 has a strobe like effect where every other games fine.
With it disabled BF3 is fine like every other game just I have to select the resolution myself the first time I played other wise it defaulted to a lower the native one.
post #18 of 22
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Nope EDID was turned off by default. Did a complete re install of 12.1 with atiman uninstaller and the problem is still there. Somehow i am begining to think that the problem is with BF3 rather than the display drivers.
post #19 of 22
I was under the impression BF3 had worked fine before you updated drivers. Maybe I misread first post.

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post #20 of 22
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Yeah I update the driver and the game. So either update could have killed it. I already did the verify game thing and that came out fine. So maybe I need to just do a fresh install of the game.
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