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  • #31
    Does it noticeably improve performance of Metro:LL?

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    • #32
      Wow, this is a release in a long time that in the same time works with the latest stack and my hybrid graphics setup. I still have to do some integration though, but I didn't see any bugs when using Discrete GPU.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by nightmarex View Post
        It's possible it's a GCN upgrade as my fps in heaven went up 20%. only netting an 11% score difference but I will take it. Played a campaign of L4D2 still get loading stutter but game it's self is mostly smooth ~250 FPS full HD everything MAX... I don't remember it looking that good but it's been a while.
        Before 14.1 the valley benchmark was more like a slideshow.
        The overall performance with the 14.1 is way better; e.g. scrolling in chrome feels more responsive, disabling one screen doesn't lead anymore to corruptions in OpenGL apps ...

        Originally posted by blackout23 View Post
        You should run HL2: Lost Coast Benchmark on Linux with both drivers. Might give an indication how well other Source Engine games will perform.
        Sorry, but I don't own hl2.

        Originally posted by entropy View Post
        Does it noticeably improve performance of Metro:LL?
        I will test that later.

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        • #34
          nothing about official support to muxless cards..
          Still using blacklist to some muxless cards when loading the fglx driver before intel driver
          SAD..
          hd3000+AMD6850m still far a way of work... IF work some day,.

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          • #35
            On my A10-5800K Dota 2 performance is way better at 1080p high settings, but still stuttery and not as smooth as the open source drivers. L4D2 performance is still horrible, and much better on the open source drivers. I'm curious to see whether they fixed the resume from suspend bug I had with all other catalyst versions.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by entropy View Post
              Does it noticeably improve performance of Metro:LL?
              Doesn't seem to at least on my install but I don't have a win version to run the bench.

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              • #37
                faster kernel 3.13

                faster krnel 3.13 support than nvidia, not normal but ok, what happen nvidia??

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                • #38
                  ??? it works for longe time ago

                  Originally posted by fritzls View Post
                  nothing about official support to muxless cards..
                  Still using blacklist to some muxless cards when loading the fglx driver before intel driver
                  SAD..
                  hd3000+AMD6850m still far a way of work... IF work some day,.
                  even ubuntu have a pack for this

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by entropy View Post
                    Does it noticeably improve performance of Metro:LL?
                    Okay, I've said I will test it, but that's not going to happen. This is a terrible port.
                    Metro LL just launches in a small window and that's it. No mouse pointer and the video settings are represented by a slider? Seriously?

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                    • #40
                      No! The one is for A+A cards or a+I muxed. A+i muxless still not supported and if work in your notebook is a bug not a feature.
                      If you try to load A+I cards using fglx he tell you that your card is not supported.


                      "... [ 41.942] (WW) PowerXpress feature is not supported on A+I Mux platform. Please uninstall fglrx driver.
                      [ 41.942] (EE) No devices detected.
                      ..."

                      It's a well know problem from years..

                      http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1930450

                      the only ones that seems work.
                      ACER 7750g, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6650m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      DELL Inspiron 14R (N4110), Intel HD 3000, AMD 6470m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      DELL Vostro 3550, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6630m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: working/working
                      HP Envy 14t-2000 CTO, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6630m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, Mini DisplayPort Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP ENVY 15-3090CA, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6630m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, Mini DisplayPort Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion dm4-2160sf, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6470m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavillion dm4-2110sp, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6470m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion dv6-6102sg, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6770m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion dv6-6169sl, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6770m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion dv6-6178sl, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6770m, HDMI Intel/AMD: working/working, VGA Intel/AMD: working/working
                      HP Pavilion dv6-6192sf, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6770m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion dv7-6070ef, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6490m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/working, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Pavilion g4-1001tx, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6490m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      HP Probook 4530s, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6490m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested

                      Lenovo e520,Intel HD 3000, AMD 6630m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested
                      Lenovo G-770,Intel HD 3000, AMD 6650m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested

                      SONY Vaio VPC-SB1S1E, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6470m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: working/working
                      SONY Vaio VPC-SC1AFM/S, Intel HD 3000, AMD 6470m, HDMI Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested, VGA Intel/AMD: not tested/not tested

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