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).
Edit note: The comment about benchmarks was directed at the Bioshock Infinite benchmark.
This argument has no merit in my humble opinion. Mostly because of links like this
I don't want any excuses when you spout crap like that when the game comes out. I don't want to hear just wait we're going to fix it. I don't want to hear marketing balogna about "oh you benchmarked the wrong map, we're really strong on this other map". I don't want any excuses. You want my money you should earn it.
This is not a personal attack against Falknir just my 2c.
For the record AMD didn't "got their crossfire woes down to a more acceptable level". They have a roadmap which is a first real acknowledgement that there is a serious problem and a tepid agreement to start fixing it possibly in July.Edited by mbreslin - 3/29/13 at 12:59pm