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I wonder why they don't make tests with Tri-GPU and Quad-GPU setup capable cards.

Yeah, tri-CF would be good to see since I remember reviews from before that adding 3th card fixes CF stuttering.
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can only tri/quad-fire 79x0 series
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I understand they're excited about this new testing method but give it a rest already, the same results and conclusion over and over. At least wait for a couple new driver/GPU/game releases and update then.

Hope AMD can get this fixed asap, cause it looks bad and these constant reviews showing just how bad can't be a good thing for sales.
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I understand they're excited about this new testing method but give it a rest already, the same results and conclusion over and over. At least wait for a couple new driver/GPU/game releases and update then.

Hope AMD can get this fixed asap, cause it looks bad and these constant reviews showing just how bad can't be a good thing for sales.

they are having a special driver change in july* iirc, one that addresses latency with crossfire setups with special software. Until then, data will generally be on what drivers are currently existing.

edit: it will most likely coincide when amd officially releases the malta 7990. It would make sense when they do so.
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The worst thing is that all these years ppl spent money on CF setups and there were almost no gains at all. It took the review community so long to see that. There were always talks about dual-card stuttering, but it was never measured right.
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No, 1080p also:


Theoretically these spikes show you are getting horrible stuttering on a graph but most people don't know what happens in real world. 50ms or above is the only spike that can be seen as a stutter on Monitor, so those benchmarks are not that worthy. So neither 7870 cfx and 660 sli will be that problematic as they look in graph.
And if it is above 45-50ms then Radeon Pro sure can eliminate or reduce most of it.
Its not that big problem as they show it.
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Until they fix this I vow never to buy amd again
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Until they fix this I vow never to buy amd again
Why? AMD usually offers more for the same money... as long as you stay with one GPU that is.
post #19 of 182
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Theoretically these spikes show you are getting horrible stuttering on a graph but most people don't know what happens in real world. 50ms or above is the only spike that can be seen as a stutter on Monitor, so those benchmarks are not that worthy. So neither 7870 cfx and 660 sli will be that problematic as they look in graph.
And if it is above 45-50ms then Radeon Pro sure can eliminate or reduce most of it.
Its not that big problem as they show it.

That graph shows frames per second, what is being displayed on the monitor.
post #20 of 182
I still don't personally see any of this latency crap when playing games......

CPU speed also affects frame times and latency and the fact they use an Nvidia developed toolset to get these results bugs me.
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