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What settings in RadeonPro remove stuttering from Far Cry 3?

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Hey, got a 7950 here - just wondering.
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If it uses v-sync disable that and if its an nvidia designed game edit the ini file in the game directory to use the cpu instead for physx. going from cpu=0 to cpu=2
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^That was the most unhelpful reply in the world.

Also, I think RadeonPro broke Far Cry 3 for me. Now, whenever I try to launch it with RadeoPro it immediately goes "Far Cry 3 has stopped working" - and when I try to launch it without RadeonPro, it just is stuck on the loading screen forever. Halp!

EDIT: I have confirmed I cannot launch Far Cry 3 while RadeonPro is running. It gives me the "This game has stopped working" error. Anyone encountered this?
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^That was the most unhelpful reply in the world.

Also, I think RadeonPro broke Far Cry 3 for me. Now, whenever I try to launch it with RadeoPro it immediately goes "Far Cry 3 has stopped working" - and when I try to launch it without RadeonPro, it just is stuck on the loading screen forever. Halp!

EDIT: I have confirmed I cannot launch Far Cry 3 while RadeonPro is running. It gives me the "This game has stopped working" error. Anyone encountered this?

Wow you asked how to remove stuttering in a game that i believe uses physx I gave you a solution to your problem and you dont recognize the help. Way to take free advice. Also i do not understand the point of that program, the more parts you through into an engine the more likely one will break down and the game developers didnt design the games to be ran with that program
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Wow you asked how to remove stuttering in a game that i believe uses physx I gave you a solution to your problem and you dont recognize the help. Way to take free advice. Also i do not understand the point of that program, the more parts you through into an engine the more likely one will break down and the game developers didnt design the games to be ran with that program

You don't get it - there is NO PhysX in Far Cry 3, and most everyone is experiencing stuttering. I've heard that using RadeonPro fixes the problem, but was unaware as to what individual settings I need to adjust - your reply was vague and useless.
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Everyone has the stutter, until AMD releases new Drivers to solve it, you will have to deal with it.
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Everyone has the stutter, until AMD releases new Drivers to solve it, you will have to deal with it.

Aw man, that blows dude. Thanks for the helpful reply though. thumb.gif
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Aw man, that blows dude. Thanks for the helpful reply though. thumb.gif

New drivers will be up today according to this

https://twitter.com/CatalystCreator
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Except they are 12.11 in disguise. Literally no difference, its just "WQHL" tacked onto the end. Actual new drivers are coming next week with the 13.2 beta.

And there's nothing you can do about the stuttering in FC3 right now. It's actually very random. Sometimes when you start up the game the first time, it stutters like hell, and then when you quit and restart, the stuttering will be gone without changing a damn thing. Not only does AMD need to release improved drivers, Ubisoft needs to patch the game as well.
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they suppoedly have FC3 tweaks in addition to 12.11beta11

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=373737
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