Originally Posted by srsdude;12181176
So what I see now are 3 groups of people
those who update always and never had a problem
those who sometimes update and don't have a problem, but don't care about latest version either
Those who have 1 version they like, because it works perfectly.
I used to update every month, until it started to crash and glitch. Then I downgraded, and I'm happy. And my friend can't live with it.
There's one thing you need to understand. When a company releases new drivers, they DO improve something, you can't expect them to improve every single thing with 1 update, that would pretty much take a ****load of time while THOUSANDS of people around the world are having issues with some older drivers, and every issue is an issue, if it doesnt fix anything for you, simply don't update it, period. No need to bash everyone else because they do update, or make a poll about it.
And if i recall, most issues are Crossfire and Eyefinity, because, honestly, this is the third time i use an ATI card, and i NEVER had a single problem, lag, bsods, random crap happening or delays..
same applies to your friend, just kick him in the head, coz nobody really gives a damn about it...
Originally Posted by Seban;12181107
and how can I achieve that 10k gpu score Ive read about ?
Why do you really need to achieve 10k? Benchmarking is tecnically for fags who got nothing else to do except showing off their non-existant e-peen on the internet..
You got a gaming card, objective is plain simple: GAME
What do you really need benchmarks for?Edited by DarkShooter - 1/28/11 at 7:00pm