Originally Posted by criminal
The game play is smoother sometimes...
I think there is still an issue with certain configurations. Just because your system runs great for you, does not mean there is not something wrong for others. It could be anything to a "bad" card, ram or some other random component.
Like I said in another thread, I had horrible stutter with a SINGLE 7870XT in my system, even though I was getting better frame rates than I was with my GTX580. The experience was horrible. I did everything this side of formatting to resolve the issue. Nothing helped.
I believe that you know the difference between ~20 and ~60 FPS. That does not mean that the test system they used in the PCper article did not run into some issues. Having said that, people consistently complain of crossfire issues and AMD has admitted there are driver issues. I believe AMD will start getting it under control and results like this will help.
There is something wrong.... Thats for sure... But for example..
Im trying to emphasize this ALOT.. I prefer a gamepad over mouse/kb on games like crysis 3/bioshock/tomb raider SP campaigns for example...
I said this a couple of times before... With the gamepad i dont notice that much the microstutter... Once i use the mouse/kb bang stuttering galore... Take the gamepad again and wheres the microstutter?> Input lag <===
Wish i have a good camera so i can record this first hand... Vsync alone dont work all the time No vsync is a horrible mess in that department..
Now, what i do is i cap my frames or use radeonpro dynamic vsync and bang problem is all gone smooth as a baby..
So there is a combination between the frametimes and input lag which combined makes this whole mess...