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I have like most of us updated our cards with a beta driver. And with cards not functioning properly or catching on fire
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has over the time made myself stick with non beta!

But the above statement makes me ponder! And in the Queens language, and not in a lawyer's or barrister's , but in layman's terms does this spell out - You've had it using betas if it goes tits up?
 

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Just install the BETA Driver.

101% (((Over 100% THAT IS))) that your card won't get damaged by a BETA Driver. It's just uncompleted software that's still being worked on, so it will contain bugs.

EDIT: Even though it contains bugs, It can offer great improvement in benchmarks and FPS in games, depending on what's been improved that is.
 

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so it will contain bugs.
And AMD takes no liability by any damages your system may incur from the usage of said software.

But since the card doesn't know what driver release it is running on, if it burns just RMA it, xD
 

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And AMD takes no liability by any damages your system may incur from the usage of said software.

But since the card doesn't know what driver release it is running on, if it burns just RMA it, xD
Pretty much this also, Just check the GPU usage and temp.... not forgetting the idle voltage also.

Drivers just tell the Operating System and applications how to utilize the GPU at it's maximum potential.
 

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The other point to think on is that the recent 13.2 Beta has been out for awhile and would be sure by now if there were problems - i will update now
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thanks for the answers
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