Originally Posted by Powermonkey500
Is anyone else having vsync problems in Eyefinity + Crossfire?
Vsync will only work in DX9. In DX10 and DX11 it introduces really bad stuttering. Same problem on clean installs of Windows 8 and Windows 7
I use 3 Dell U2412m with crossfired 7970 and in all DX11 games vsync adds a painfull amount of stuttering. To the point where I use the workaround for BF3, set 60PFS under user.cfg and disable VSYNC, that adds tearing when shooting a Pecheneg without silencer/flash sup for instance.
Originally Posted by Yahar
Asking again: Will anything be done for Tribes:Ascend performance? The current performance is bad on AMD cards. Nvidia cards are far superior. Lots of stuttering and fps drops and generally a lot worse average FPS than Nvidia counterparts.
Here is the old benchmark
Yes the benchmark is rather old but nothing has changed.
GTX 580 topping chart with 102 FPS avg. (gtx 600 series wasn't released by then)
GTX 570 99 FPS avg
AMD 7970 84 FPS avg
AMD 6970 75 FPS avg
AMD 6950 61 FPS avg
I'd imagine with gtx 670/680 will lead a big time compared to 7970.
Oh sir, you're damn right! That slow moving tech, it takes years to make a difference. Also 1650x1050 will represent the majority of gamers for years to come! It's such a demanding resolution that will make the 3GB VRAM framebuffer cry, along with the driver optimization going on Tribes:Ascend these days. That shure is a very valid point, it is back on 5XX series from Nvidia, as you stated. But who cares, right?[/SARCASM]
P.S. No bad vibes mate, just kidding you may well be right about that especific game, but you need to find (or make) a benchmark with newer drivers and also, if possible, in 1080P or higher to make your clain more relevant. Edited by armartins - 12/11/12 at 10:51am