Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Spinelli, Jan 8, 2014.
MarcG, I agree
Interesting, however, it looks better in rF1, tragicomical
Guys I have huge problems with my r9 290. The game is constantly stuttering and laggy. Although I get around 60 fps sometimes, it feels like 25 or so. Is there any way to least make the game a bit more playable for AMD users?
Not really it seems :/
Patience my friend... Hopefully ISI will fix it...
have you tried any of the Sync options? Got the latest drivers?
No stuttering at all for me on my overclocked HD7850.
No I have sync off. Which of these options is the best for AMD cards?
Yes I have the latest beta drivers.
Here's a tip: try asking in one thread.
Calm down He's desperate for an answer or solution, as he has just bought a nice new graphics card which he thought would handle most.....
Imagine how frustrating it must be?
Simple solution: Employ a developer with experience optimizing nV optimised engines for AMD. This is not a new or uncommon problem.
EDIT: BTW it is time you re-charged the people who were here from the very start, but only paid the initial fee - like me.
It has been long enough and you have done enough development. Then you can afford that new, external knowledge professional/s, and get some AMD optimization under the belt.
Pretty important stuff.
If I remember correctly there were only 2 selections, "catalyst 13.11 beta" and "previous driver". I could be completely wrong though lol.
I have contacted the ISI support and they told me this :
Can you attach a copy of your dxdiag report so we can pass this on to the programmers so they can make a better informed response to your inquiry?
To send us a dxdiag report:
1. Click on Windows Start
2. Click on Run...
3. Type in dxdiag and press enter
4. When dxdiag is finished gathering information, click on the [Save All Information] button
5. When the Save As... dialog opens, save the dxdiag.txt file to your desktop
6. Reply to this email and attach the dxdiag.txt file as an attachment
I can't reach this 4gb limit, somehow if I hit the 3gb limit the the .exe crash... And no, I have more than 4gb, I have 8gb... I've recently bought rF2 but this AMD issue is really bad, I can manage 60 fortunately in a good amount of cases with my 6850 cf, but then I have a lot's of LOD issue with the Civic (the cars in 100-150mt from seems like no roof and no windshields!). Don't know why I have this issue with RAM, never happened with other sims. That' shad because I really like so much the live track rubber, variable weather and the tyre model... Let's see how it evolves.
What version of Windows are you using? Because the 3gb thing sounds like you have a 32 bit windows installed. If this is the case, then your PC will never use more than 3.5gb of ram, regardless what is physically installed in your mainboard. I still can't understand why 32 bit OS's still get installed today, they limit everything so much.
This is the link for the Catalyst 13.12 feedback form:
Sorry, forgot to mention my PC spec:
Windows 7 64bit
AMD Phenom II 955BE @3.7
Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz 8Gb
AMD HD 6850 CrossFireX @850/1100
SSD Corsair Force 3 60Gb
Western Digital 1Tb(Sim installed here)
And those are my setting inside the sim
I've also tried to disable mirror and I've got no more stuttering or fps issue, instantly went to 60 FPS at NordSchleife from 33-35, but i have to drive always in last position to drive without mirrors and i don't like to be last!
Seriously, i see a lot of great potential in this sim, but i would like to find it enjoyable, even with all low/off i have this fps issue with mirrors on.
I sent the message again.
And the same, with each AMD driver.
Come on guys!
I had that card before my update and didn't have problems, either. I think that card has magic powers.
I've overclocked to above HD7870 and there's more juice in there to be had one day, think the most I got was a 25% increase IIRC.
IIRC the 7850 outperformed many later cards anyway. Awesome card. The bearings started to go in my fan though, so it sounded like I was trying to feed a cat through a tree chipper.
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