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    New AMD Anti-Stuttering Driver is Awesome!!

    AMD has released this new driver today which addresses the multiple stuttering problems AMD cards face in Crossfire setups. I've tried it and it rocks. Big difference in games like Far Cry 3 and Metro Last Light. And for the most trained eyes, you will also see a big improvement un smoothness in Tomb Raider.

    It also helps A LOT with the horrible performance of Assassin's Creed III. The game still doesn't keep a constant 60fps but it feels smooth enough between 30-50fps.

    Best Driver ever released for Crossfire Users.

    http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles...etaDriver.aspx
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    Even for single card user it's really good. AMD are taking a step in the right direction with this released.




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    Hmm not sure if this works properly with my 8970m - maybe i'll wait a while till others have tried it

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    Just my luck. AMD release crossfire drivers just as i stop using crossfire
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    And it's just starting for AMD!




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    Well it took them long enough. The amount of times I found a game preformed better with Xfire disabled wasn't acceptable for me. Their crossfire drivers always seemed to arrive 3months too late.

    That was what pushed me into the green camp. Good news for ATI card users though


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    Well for me i don't game that much as i used to, so i didn't really notice any stuttering when i had Xfire 2 years ago, but since then i've always stayed with a one card configuration, cause i keep changing my hardware every 6-12 months!

    But good for AMD nonetheless.




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    Hahaha... I was thinking of you when I posted this.

    I was too about to switch to nVidia beacuse I hated stuttering... but this gives my 7990 a whole new life. I'll stick to AMD as they seem to be offering better drivers for newer games and stuttering is gone.

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    Just my luck. AMD release crossfire drivers just as i stop using crossfire
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