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I agree. And there is no good answer to why this is.
Perhaps ray_m have something clever to say?
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Agreed . I personally can't wait for Nvidia to launch a new series of gpus so i can join the green team .
I recently had tons of problems with the AMD drivers , which made me to totally agree with my friends that said : "don't buy an AMD graphics card , they are sabotaging their own products with horrible drivers"
Issues that i experienced with AMD drivers:
-In radeon settings you can't force vertical sync , even though you choose always on , that option isn't doing anything (an old issue that AMD never addressed)
-Freesync is not working properly on HDMI , aka screen tearing inside the freesync range , while on DisplayPort it works as intended (again , an old issue that AMD never addressed)
-Overwatch crashes since July , and after 6 freaking months they finally fixed it
-ROTTR crashes since October , and they still didn't fixed the issue
-Rainbow six siege crashes since October , finally in december they fixed the issue
-The "Radeon Settings" app tends to crash after reseting the settings
-Enhanced Sync is making the borderless gaming impossible (heavy stuttering)
-Enhanced Sync is making MPC-HC unusable (heavy stuttering)
-Enhanced Sync + Radeon Overlay is making the games to stutter (mild stuttering)
-With an rx 460 league of legends is crashing since july and they never adressed the issue ("display driver has stopped responding and has recovered")
+many many other issues
I totally regret buying an RX 480 and an RX 460 from AMD , and these are gonna be my last AMD graphics cards ! It's a shame how they have good products but horrible support for them.