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AMD Catalyst™ Driver 11.4c Hotfix Feature:

Resolves intermittent flickering issues seen in the following applications in a system using an AMD Radeon™ HD 6600 series graphics card with DDR3 memory and running in DirectX® 9 mode:
Civilization 5
Dead Rising 2
Fallout 3
Mafia 2
NBA 2010
ShenGuiChuanQi
Starcraft 2
Warcraft III
World of Warcraft


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Got some new pictures eventually.
Hopefully the next pictures will have a new mobo,another sapphire 6870 and although un-seen, a new processor.




Edited by dan_ep82 - 4/30/11 at 6:55am
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Quote:
Resolves intermittent flickering issues seen in the following applications in a system using an AMD Radeon™ HD 6600 series graphics card with DDR3 memory and running in DirectX® 9 mode:
will it still benefit the 6800 series users?

im using the officially released 11.4 Catalyst btw no problems so far
http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloa...downloads.aspx

& i can't find 11.4c on the official AMD Catalyst Hotfixes.. :/
http://support.amd.com/us/Pages/Catalyst-Hotfixes.aspx
Edited by Calexan - 4/30/11 at 6:26am
    
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No solution yet to the MSI Afterburner 2d/3d profile clocks not kicking in?
Doesn't look like anyone knows. If it were me, I'd just trying re-installing drivers and Afterburner just for giggles.

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Originally Posted by smoke420 View Post
I know my post was long but did you read the hole thing.I didn't say all 140mm suck but most do.first my fans are all cooler master r4's name brand great all around fans (noise vs. airflow).now if you take a look at newegg you'll see there are not to many 140mm's to choose from 31 to be exact vs 158 120mm.

cooler master r4's

2000rpm 120mm=69cfm

1000rpm 140mm=60cfm

700rpm 200mm=110cfm

now lets check (arguably)the best 140mm fans on the market
scythe slipstream

1900rpm 120mm=110cfm

1700rpm 140mm=92cfm

Are we seeing a pattern here.

Of coarse how the fan is made is important but you cant argue with the numbers the companys themselves put out.If all things are equal the 140mm's are the worst.We were not talking about noise or rpm just air flow.The fact is with most brands the 140mm is not going to stand up to the 120mm of the same model.as I said air flow is what were talking about ,being that the 140mm is not much bigger than the 120's and dont move as much air I don't see the point.although I like my 230mm fans when you take in to acount the fact that you can put 3 or 4 120's in the same spot even they dont look all that great.
I did read the entire post but the entire post reeks of "140's sucks, go 120 only".

And actually you can argue the numbers the manufacturers puts out. They don't go by any standard testing method just like with noise. You'll want to go with some sort of site. And to forget that pressure is different between a 120 and 140.
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Doesn't look like anyone knows. If it were me, I'd just trying re-installing drivers and Afterburner just for giggles.


I did read the entire post but the entire post reeks of "140's sucks, go 120 only".

And actually you can argue the numbers the manufacturers puts out. They don't go by any standard testing method just like with noise. You'll want to go with some sort of site. And to forget that pressure is different between a 120 and 140.
If you read the post why did you ask me what kind of fan I was using, it was the last thing in the post.Thats why I asked if you read the whole thing.And yes you may be able to argue there numbers from manufacturer to manufacturer but why would the same company use different methods from one size to another.Now with static pressure yes different ,but better .120mm usually have much better static pressure.How many people you see using 140's on rads.your arguement just doesn't hold water.There are situations when the 140mm is perfered, but thats only when noise is a factor and even then I would just get a good 120mm because there not really that loud.(but thats me)
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Actually I found out how to set the 2d/3d profiles with ATT and their working fine.

But my problem is that the 2d/3d profiles in afterburner dont kick in when their supposed to. Am I missing something? I have afterburner start with windows, and I set the clocks under the prfiles tab, to 2d and 3d, but their not auto clocking with such applications. Any ideas?
If your using both programs at the same time maybe thats your issue.
Edited by smoke420 - 4/30/11 at 9:37am
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hello,
i have sapphire 6870 but its freezing for 2-3secs then screen back to normal

check this my problem if anyone can help please

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/100...70-freeze.html
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hello,
i have sapphire 6870 but its freezing for 2-3secs then screen back to normal

check this my problem if anyone can help please

http://www.overclock.net/amd-ati/100...70-freeze.html
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OK, this is retarded now

I did have my 6870 overclocked to 930 core at 1.2v and played 1 singleplayer game of battlefield bad company 2 and it was fine. No hang or anything. Then I went on to multiplayer. Totally different story. After about 15 minutes of playing it hangs and I have to reboot the entire machine. I have no idea why.

Then I thought about the overclock. So I reset it back to default and played the same singleplayer level that I did before and it was fine. Then I went onto multiplayer. The same happened. It hard locked and I had to reset the machine to get it to work again.

I have no idea why, but I am edging towards the drivers. It probably isn't though

The card and CPU are both cooled properly so it wont be overheating that is the problem. Any help guys ?
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OK, this is retarded now

I did have my 6870 overclocked to 930 core at 1.2v and played 1 singleplayer game of battlefield bad company 2 and it was fine. No hang or anything. Then I went on to multiplayer. Totally different story. After about 15 minutes of playing it hangs and I have to reboot the entire machine. I have no idea why.

Then I thought about the overclock. So I reset it back to default and played the same singleplayer level that I did before and it was fine. Then I went onto multiplayer. The same happened. It hard locked and I had to reset the machine to get it to work again.

I have no idea why, but I am edging towards the drivers. It probably isn't though

The card and CPU are both cooled properly so it wont be overheating that is the problem. Any help guys ?
thats issue with punkbuster if you have gpuz,frap,msi after burner it cause to bf2bc to crash, there is big thread about this problem on overclock.net and ea forum.
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