I had to delete the mantle cache and the userprofile_profile in order to get DA:I to run. Not that big of a deal. Finally got Mantle up and running. A few things to note:
Gaming Evolved flickers really bad in crossfire, I also think it disables crossfire once the game is running.
Mantle frame pacing in DA:I seems really good (absolutely no hitching), but the FPS seems alot worse now. It's kind of a trade off I am willing to take as it feels really smooth but I lost a butt ton of FPS a BUTT TON.
Mantle occasionally will make the game really dark (isn't fixable with in game Gamma adjustment). Essentially you load in to a level and it looks fine, but if you go to a cutscene (like go to the wartable in Skyhold) when you exit the cut scene the game will be really dark. Happened to me twice in about an hour.
Went from playing at 1440p to using the VSR for 3200x1800. Still plays really smooth using all ultra settings+fade touched textures+2Xmsaa, low post AA. Looks way better than 1440p with 4xmsaa and all though the framerate takes a hit it doesnt stutter and feels smooth. I am using vsync and it stays pretty much at 60 fps.
Anyway, other the othr thing I did was I successfully used the pixel patcher and CRU to get 120hz on the QNIX. Some people on toastyx's forum were having issues,but I had none it went flawless.
pretty good drivers overall, but either the patch for DA:I or these drivers do something with Mantle performance to make it smoothr, but at the same time cut FPS. my 2 cents.
I really wanted to use this driver but it caused a system hang and then crash when trying to load up eyefinity. It's a real shame. I wanted to see 3200 x 1800 on my three monitors instead of just 1920 x 1080... Oh well, I hope it is fixed by next release. Back to 14.11.2 for me...
"Some may call it insanity, but I prefer to call it creativity!"
Seems like a lot of people are having issues with these, particularly an error where the driver refuses to install which has a cascade effect to previous driver installations as well. After that happens, it's impossible to install an AMD driver without using System Restore.
I have three emails in my inbox and a few posts on our forums indicating the same thing.
While they work for me, seems like this error is popping up quite a bit.