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Is there a Geforce Experience equivalent for AMD?

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Hi,

After two years with a 560ti SLI setup which followed a 4890 card, I've jumped back to AMD. I've bought a Vapor-X 7970 Ghz 3GB. I'm happy with my purchase.

But I wonder if there's any software that does for AMD what Geforce Experience does for nVidia: suggest optimal settings for some games according to the system specification.

Is there anything like it for AMD?

Thanks in advance for your help.
post #2 of 6
Unfortunately no, there isn't.
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post #3 of 6
radeon pro is as close as it gets.

its very good but you have to optimize the settings yourself.
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There is now! http://raptr.com/amd
AMD announced it today!
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There is now! http://raptr.com/amd
AMD announced it today!

i'll prolly not going to use it but +rep to you, sir.
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post #6 of 6
Unless its fundamentally changed, Its junk, ive tried it before.

edit: Its actually "Gaming Evolved powered by Raptr" not raptr itself. Its a beta application from AMD.
Edited by The Mac - 9/26/13 at 9:30am
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