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What's the E3 dates? Highly unlikely if it's the HD8000's.It would be the best kept secret in year's from AMD without a Chiphell performance analyze. biggrin.gif
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Again this is referenced as if it is a bigger deal than it is. The issue is only in multi-card setups, only in certain games and only noticed by about 50% of users. BTW I do not think the issue for this is hardware based but rather driver based.

I've had multi gpu setup's since 3x 280's. Went from that to two 5970s and the stuttering was so bad in Skyrim that I sold them. Took them months to get a driver out to resolve the issue - Same tale with Farcry3 from what I have read

I won't be going back to AMD until its fixed-full stop. I am sure many others are in the same boat.

While they may be able to fix the issue with drivers, a hardware solution-hardware frame metering- is what Nvidia has and is what AMD should be shooting for. Pretty certain that after all the fuss that has been made, this is the way they will go with their new cards (not refreshes).
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According to SweClockers AMD will show Piledriver CPUs at E3, not 'new' graphics cards.

http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/17150-amd-fx-9000-och-fx-8770-lanseras-pa-spelmassan-e3
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I'm hoping (but I doubt it) that AMD will release something comparable to a 780 for less.
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While they may be able to fix the issue with drivers, a hardware solution-hardware frame metering- is what Nvidia has and is what AMD should be shooting for. Pretty certain that after all the fuss that has been made, this is the way they will go with their new cards (not refreshes).
If they can fix the issues with a driver update, why do they need a "hardware" solution? And if nvidia are using "hardware metering", then their results should have no variance from game to game. But there is variance, so drivers play a part for them as well.
    
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Is AMD being at E3 a new thing?
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How about some GPU's with hardware frame metering to put a end to this microstutter garbage which has plagued AMD for years

Again this is referenced as if it is a bigger deal than it is. The issue is only in multi-card setups, only in certain games and only noticed by about 50% of users. BTW I do not think the issue for this is hardware based but rather driver based.

however large the issue is doesn't matter, it has caused enough of a problem for users to return their AMD cards and purchase nvidia products. and going from a driver based solution to a hardware based frame metering is the correct solution; which i believe the post was getting at.

btw, thanks for this topic/post. it made my life better knowing where the AMD booth is at for E3 . . .
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Is AMD being at E3 a new thing?
E3 is usually platform hardware and games across all systems. I think peripherals have been displayed as well, but it's the first time I've heard of core computing hardware being shown off @ E3.
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E3 is usually platform hardware and games across all systems. I think peripherals have been displayed as well, but it's the first time I've heard of core computing hardware being shown off @ E3.

I suppose this is a first step to their gaming strategy.
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Still sticking with Nvidia.
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