Originally Posted by Falknir
Yep, let's all pull benchmarks from a fresh game release with performance issues and stuff. Anyway, looking forward to Battlefield 4 and hoping this means AMD got their crossfire woes down to a more acceptable level (for me).
FarCry 3 is over 90 days old. Still driver issues. Plenty of members on our own forums can attest to that. Yet it's a "Gaming Evolved" title. Should be 100% flawless upon release. Accepting otherwise would be lame sauce. (yes, i said lame sauce...)
And yes, also looking forward to Battlefield 4
I love games that push technology forward
Originally Posted by vampirr
AMD will fix the issue, I read in forums and some news that the problem for AMD's GPU's is that raw frames are too fast
and GPU automatically switches and selects "quality" frames so that will be resolved with drivers and some games cause problems because of its engine. Main problem is that Radeon HD 7xxx series are GCN but continue to use coding from older series since they are working on proper codes for GCN architecture to use optimal out of Radeon HD 7xxx.DONT HOLD ME ON THAT
... Thats how much I understood, my english language skills aren't perfect.
you must have selective reading lol. For somebody with English issues, you sure do know how to spot an AMD praise article in a matter of secondsEdited by lacrossewacker - 3/29/13 at 10:58am