Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric
Exactly. I never noticed any stutter with my setup at all (at least not any microstutter that wasn't the same kind of obvious stutter that I've experienced with every dual GPU setup I've ever used) and always felt it was an overblown "issue" to begin with (and a great way for Ryan Shrout to get publicity and take shots at AMD which are his two favorite things to do). I'm glad that AMD fixed it for those who are sensitive to frame pacing issues but I really believe that is a major minority of gamers out there...
I disabled Crossfire because it felt better with it off before the issue of microstutter was ever raised. I didn't have any idea what was happening I simply didn't like the "feel" with crossfire enabled. Maybe I happen to be sensitive, I love VRR even at 100 fps, which some say they cannot tell apart from Vsync disabled, so I might be.
Runt frames did mean that people who thought they were getting high FPS were actually experiencing much lower frame rates, this may not of bothered them but that would mean a lot lower FPS wouldn't have bothered them either.
Originally Posted by MoGTy
Isn't any kind of AA pretty much pointless at 4K?
No, the pixel shimmer issues still happen, it is less apparent the higher the DPI so AA is less important but it still improves the apparent quality. It is totally worth turning it off to be able to run at decent frame rates but I would turn it on if I could, even at 4K.
I was playing with a 28" 4K monitor when I formed this opinion. (PB278Q)Edited by Asmodian - 1/25/16 at 8:45pm