I just tried it, same problem as 16.2.1, cannot disable crossfire in The Division, terrible flickering. Can't justify installing this for Hitman if The Division situation is still the same.
I'm having trouble playing Rise of the Tomb Raider with my R9 290. I tried 16.3 and game crushes time to time and not playable with 15-30 FPS. I also get performance loss with this driver. I used to get over 10000 fireStrike points with 16.2 driver(Card default processor i7 3770K @4,3Ghz, 16GB 2400Mhz memory)
and now I get around 8700 points. The game was perfectly smooth over 40 fps with 16.2.1 but it started crushing where I came to Geothermal Valley map. Am I gonna be able to play that game without buying an nvidia card? Thanks...
Is this a good thing or a bad thing ? Because with the last 16.3 driver my card stability is so damn good, i-am happy with this driver, i hope for the best with next drivers.
It's neither good nor bad. Our cards don't have the power saving features the new 300 series and fury cards do. So the toggle to turn off the power saving feature is irrelevant. The option is there so they can turn off power saving so their clocks don't throttle. This will be huge for folks with fury x's with complaints about clocks not running as advertised.
Game profiles for all dx9 games do not work. Crossfire can't be disabled and no settings in the profile effect the game.
dx 10 and 11 seem to be fine.
This card was a flagship card so drivers should work with these cards. It is unacceptable that our cards are rendered useless
How many drivers are going to be released broken? We are sick of being alpha testers.
These profile troubles and crossfire troubles are there in pre Crimson drivers also I have tested them all for windows 10.
Also why are these issue never in the notes for any of the drivers?
Crossfire not turning off is a known issue, profiles not working is a known issue so why are they not in the notes as an known issue?