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Are the patch 1.4 Crossfire performance issues still being worked on?

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Are the patch 1.4 Crossfire performance issues still being worked on?

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KPureblade
12.06.2012 , 01:10 PM | #21
Quote: Originally Posted by Rakaxs View Post
I just came back today after about 6 months. The game is unplayable. Im getting constant 1fps when i try to move in imperial fleet. Twin 5850s. Last drivers. Fps fine in other gameS. No matter the quality... Very high, high , medium, shadows on or off i get horrible stutter/fps
You can fix this by either completely disabling Crossfire via the Catalyst Console or by playing in Fullscreen (Windowed) mode (this disables Crossfire for the game), or make it at least semi-playable by disabling the "Scale nameplates with distance" feature.

But I should re-iterate that this is NOT a solution, it is a workaround.

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Trixar
12.06.2012 , 07:30 PM | #22
This needs to be fixed. Disabling SLI or Nameplate Scaling is not an acceptable solution.

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Rogoo
12.07.2012 , 09:29 AM | #23
It has been more than THREE MONTHS now.

Three freaking months.

How is this even possible that it is not fixed ? Is this NOT being worked on ?
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Jaberwokker
12.08.2012 , 12:07 AM | #24
Is there any point to us actualy asking?

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Rogoo
12.08.2012 , 08:56 AM | #25
Quote: Originally Posted by Jaberwokker View Post
Is there any point to us actualy asking?
Probably not, but I won't stop poasting until I get an answer that is more than: "we know there are problems with AMD Crossfire" (no s***).
You are not your rig specs. You are not your K/D ratio. You are not your character level. You are not your sig.
Gunslinger / Shadow / Sentinel / Powertech
The Hero engine: a 2005 technology bringing 2013 rigs to their knees.

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KPureblade
12.09.2012 , 11:19 AM | #26
Bump.

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Rogoo
12.09.2012 , 06:05 PM | #27
Another shameless bump for justice.
You are not your rig specs. You are not your K/D ratio. You are not your character level. You are not your sig.
Gunslinger / Shadow / Sentinel / Powertech
The Hero engine: a 2005 technology bringing 2013 rigs to their knees.

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Rogoo
12.11.2012 , 09:15 AM | #28
Was it fixed in 1.6 ?

EDIT: No it wasn't. What a joke.
You are not your rig specs. You are not your K/D ratio. You are not your character level. You are not your sig.
Gunslinger / Shadow / Sentinel / Powertech
The Hero engine: a 2005 technology bringing 2013 rigs to their knees.

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KPureblade
12.13.2012 , 01:41 PM | #29
Giving up hope.

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SGMRock
12.14.2012 , 06:09 PM | #30
I quit playing this game shortly after 1.4 because of this , just came back but still an issue. the game runs a ton better on a single 6970 card than my dual ones, prior to 1.4 it rocked with Crossfire.

Right now I have crossfire disabled but it is annoying that I have to do that to play one game. The game runs better in full screen mode too so I don't like using windowed, so I just turn off Crossfire in the AMD software.

Still on highest settings I get over 80-100 fps with 1 card, its only when in operations or high traffic/pvp stuff I wish I had the extra horsepower Crossfire used to give the game.

Sure would be nice if this was fixed though!