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  • #41
    Originally posted by Spitfire View Post
    Did I talk "about what is or isn't fixed"? :O
    No, but there certainly are other people doing it, and it really just frustrates everyone else who doesn't have those drivers.

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    • #42
      Originally posted by jonnycat26 View Post
      No, but there certainly are other people doing it,
      Yeah, I was just wondering why you quoted me.
      Originally posted by jonnycat26 View Post
      and it really just frustrates everyone else who doesn't have those drivers.
      So true.

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      • #43
        Originally posted by Spitfire View Post
        Did I talk "about what is or isn't fixed"? :O I just want to use them and nothing else, I don't feel like I have to tell everyone in the world what's up about the drivers. Maybe it helps to understand if you know that I use Alpha/Beta software wherever possible.
        Write your own driver and you will always have the latest and greatest version before anyone else.

        Or, you can try to get on as an NDA'd beta tester.

        Failing that, you will just have to wait for the official releases just like everyone else.

        I can see running alpha and beta software if you are a developer, tester, or just desire the benefits of whatever features a newer version offers over the increased number of bugs and broken features, but I can't understand why someone would use pre-release software wherever possible unless said person is a bit masochistic.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by octoberblu3 View Post
          Write your own driver and you will always have the latest and greatest version before anyone else.

          Or, you can try to get on as an NDA'd beta tester.
          Guess it's not as easy as registering on a webform, is it?
          Originally posted by octoberblu3 View Post
          Failing that, you will just have to wait for the official releases just like everyone else.

          I can see running alpha and beta software if you are a developer, tester, or just desire the benefits of whatever features a newer version offers over the increased number of bugs and broken features,
          What if all three come together? A developer, that is testing previously broken things and benefiting from the latest effort done in the drivers? At the moment I train my skills in OpenGL and am testing the drivers every day with my daily usage. It would be great fun to benefit from the latest features. If the driver is completely broken I sill can switch to the previous beta/stable. If my hardware gets bricked I finally have a good reason to get a better card
          Originally posted by octoberblu3 View Post
          but I can't understand why someone would use pre-release software wherever possible unless said person is a bit masochistic.
          Better: "benefit from newest features wherever possible".

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          • #45
            Originally posted by Spitfire View Post
            Damn it, I want 9.3 beta NOW! I think Qaridarium is a liar, there is no leaked 9.3 download in the web
            O Yes I'm a liar

            Ash on my head

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            • #46
              C'mon folks, be nice. This is why I suggested cutting off the discussion a couple of pages back

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              • #47
                Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                O Yes I'm a liar
                At least you can admit it.

                The second step is to stop.

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by jonnycat26 View Post
                  At least you can admit it.
                  The second step is to stop.
                  what is if i stop this becourse i'm not a liar ?
                  the only point for you in this step is you don't get informations.


                  other people say "amd is sooo bad and don't have any chance agains nvidia..."

                  i think they are the real liars!

                  becourse no one can watch in the future and i think amd does the best they can do.

                  i buy amd becourse i support this way to go!

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