Originally Posted by Jayjr1105
The CPU meter is "All CPU Meter" found here
The GPU meter is "GPU Observer" found here
I was fine with 12.1 no CAP's whatsoever, then went to 12.2 and that's when everything wen't haywire. Glad both cards are fine and it's just driver issues at least. Now I can eBay them being that I'm using the GTX 480 now. So glad I bought one of those for the hell of it when it went on sale for $209
You should get at least half of your GTX480 back! Considered getting a second? If i haven't mentioned that already
Originally Posted by Andr3az
I update my drivers with every release, no problems yet. And I have been ATI user for 3 years now.
Must be different for everybody lol.
Yeah, I had no problems with single cards ever. Until i got a second 6850.. Which both sides have their problems.
Originally Posted by SectorNine50
I've noticed those artifacts on my crossfire'd 5770's as well.
I uninstalled the CAP's from my system and they went away.
I've been running 12.2 without CAPs for a little while now, no issues at all.
Originally Posted by Bitech
Does anyone know what's latest AMD drivers that have NO ISSUES? Or is it different for everyone?
Also jayjr I like your system monitors in the corner? Is that rainmeter? What theme is that?
From what I've seen, it's different for every card and end user..
I.E My 6850's have problems because they're different from person b's 6850's. While there are known issues with drivers, there are also unknown ones that cause certain setups instability even at stock clocks. While from this thread we know that 12.1 and 12.2 are alright (for some people). We know for certain that 12.3 are bad. For people with Crossfire barts cards, i'm having problems since i updated from 12.1 to 12.3.. So i plan to roll back today.
If you have crossfire cards, (or even SLI) it's where you start to run into driver issues. These aren't really designed for the general user in mind, more for the power users of overclock.net