And some people say it’s a driver problem, and others say it gets fixed with RDNA3+, neither is excusable. One indicates AMD didn’t get their drivers together and rushed the launch the other says they intentionally launched a faulty product and asked the driver teams to compensate for a hardware flaw. Neither give me confidence in the product and that’s inexcusable at that price point from a trusted brand.
And with that I order up a “cheap” 6750xt for the wife/kid, because at $400 CAD I don’t see anything better coming along any time soon.
Launch was rushed on driver side for sure when it comes to peformance/efficiency I think. Thats why looks like they focused on stability and why you see the performance kinda all over the place in some games and drags the overall performance down. Given that AIB cards 3ghz+ I don't think its bad silicon when it comes to stability, it might just be the RDNA+ revision will bring 3.5-3.6ghz like the rumors were saying and plug in better power efficiency, may be they didn't get that from this Silicon, thats all I can think of. As far as stablity that does seem to be there. It probably has to do more with even more clocks and efficiency improvements with revision.