Originally Posted by FcZenitFan
Hey Vega. So if you've switched back to AMD, they must have gotten their s*t, I mean drivers, fixed? I had originally bought three 7970s (had them until release of GTX680) and they would blue screen half of the games; if I only used 2 of them, then I'd get CRAZY microstutter in most games (although they'd work ok on a single screen), and with a single 7970 I'd have my computer freeze in Skyrim and Serious Sam.
Since I've switched over to NVIDIA everything's silky smooth running at 5760x1080, all games maxed out (except for MSAA in some cases like BF3) with great framarates. I still can't believe that AMD fixed their drivers up. I've tried using 6990+6970 before (until January of this year) and that was not much better then the early 7970 drivers - lots of microstuttering in Eyefinity. Didn't you have 7970s at first, then switch to 680s, and now back to square 1?
Originally Posted by nvidiaftw12
You sure sound like a fanboy. Every brand of cards have had problems with their drivers when the cards first came out. Proof? How about those redscreens on the 680's? Amd's drivers are just fine.
What Vega did, or someone else (memory is sloppy), is that they changed monitors.
FcZenitFan, were you using an active adapter?