ATI seem to suffering from impressive levels of fail quite honestly, I mean besides the fact it is taking them ages just to change to the proper links etc they've still left the old ones up.
I have plenty when required, it isn't required in this case and perhaps I'm a little bit more demanding than you...or perhaps I read some of the comments on Cat maker.Patience is a virtue you do not posses. Not everyone runs on the same time schedule you do. They said that the drivers would be out on the 17th. You have a 24 hour window to work with there.
So buckle up, sit there with your Starbucks and wait, your drivers are on there way.
These don't look like the graphs of a game that is CPU dependent to me. It's very much GPU hungry and will keep improving as you throw bigger GPU's at it.I was hoping they had some improvements for BF:BC2, but then again with a game so CPU dependent am not sure what gains we would have via this route.
that's madness, cuz I already get 80ish fps average I'd say I wonder how high it will go
the 157/300 is not new, it was added in 10.2 as a new "superior" power play, lowers idle power even more(15w) per card or something like thatGot my first BSOD on the new 10.3a drivers.
It happened when I ran 3dMark Vantage. Error message: IRQL not valid or something like that.
Is this because the drivers aren't WHQL certified?
Gonna try out some other games, but I can't bench if it's just going to BSOD on me.
PS The Flickering problem when overclocking the GPUS is still there. (Suck!). For some reason, Catalyst continues to underclock the 2D speeds below stable levels when you OC the core/memory.
400/1000 drops to 157/300. WTF?