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stevin64
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own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i  should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come .amd 1100t  oc mem ddr3 1833   ocz 3 revodrive  read 999mbs  and asus ares  hd5870x2   very very sadisfied with the speed had it 5 yrs build myself and you tell me I should upgrade from my 999.00 dollor graphic card because it  cost to move forward in producing drivers the new cards

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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

The HD5xxx series has reached peak optimisation and been moved to legacy status as it is now 7 years old. More information available here.

The most recent Crimson driver for your GPU is 16.2.1 and can be downloaded here.

The last Catalyst driver for your GPU is 15.11.1 Beta and can be downloaded here.

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stevin64
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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

guess the other 2 5879's I got with the lifetime warrenty;s are future bricks too no driver updates Date: Wed, 11 May 2016 03:26:04 -0500From: amd-external@jiveon.comTo: stevin64@hotmail.comSubject: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come | AMD Developer Forums

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own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

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The HD5xxx series has reached peak optimisation and been moved to legacy status as it is now 7 years old. More information available here. The most recent Crimson driver for your GPU is 16.2.1 and can be downloaded here. The last Catalyst driver for your GPU is 15.11.1 Beta and can be downloaded here.

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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

wow was I surprised to find out asus is not accredited thru the BBB Date: Wed, 11 May 2016 03:26:04 -0500From: amd-external@jiveon.comTo: stevin64@hotmail.comSubject: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come | AMD Developer Forums

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own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

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The HD5xxx series has reached peak optimisation and been moved to legacy status as it is now 7 years old. More information available here. The most recent Crimson driver for your GPU is 16.2.1 and can be downloaded here. The last Catalyst driver for your GPU is 15.11.1 Beta and can be downloaded here.

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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

Well, yea, but every computer component is obsolete at one time or another. And a quick look at Legacy Products | NVIDIA  shows their thousand dollar Titan as well as all 700-series cards and earlier are in legacy status. Also, while AMD is actively supporting all GCN graphics cards (HD 7000 series and newer), of which the earliest was released in 2011, nVidia is only actively supporting the GeForce 900 series, which was released in 2014.

Care to revise?

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stevin64
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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

wow im surprised that asus is not accredited thru the Better Business Bureau

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stevin64
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Re: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

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Date: Wed, 11 May 2016 15:10:54 -0500From: amd-external@jiveon.comTo: stevin64@hotmail.comSubject: own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come | AMD Developer Forums

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own a asus ares hd5870x2 i bought 5 yrs ago mega change. tryed update drivers site tells me i need update gpu's no more drivers will be updated . why i should update gpu to another amd if your doing us like this nvida here i come

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Well, yea, but every computer component is obsolete at one time or another. And a quick look at Legacy Products | NVIDIA shows their thousand dollar Titan as well as all 700-series cards and earlier are in legacy status. Also, while AMD is actively supporting all GCN graphics cards (HD 7000 series and newer), of which the earliest was released in 2011, nVidia is only actively supporting the GeForce 900 series, which was released in 2014. Care to revise?

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