quote:Umm, there's far more than 2 DX10.1 games. Other than the two you cited, which ones have problems with ATI drivers?
quote:The two games you cited with problems are from Ubisoft. Hint, HINT?
quote:I've acknowledged in a previous post and in the last post that ATI does have problems with their drivers that they need to address. I suggested that ATI move to releasing drivers every other month. Defending their model? That's a serious error in your comprehension if that's what you think I did. I pointed out that their model isn't worse than nVidia's.
quote:You need to take a closer examination about what is being said, also, it's pretty clear that you're heavily biased to nVidia.
quote:Neither you nor I know the exact dealings with TWIMTP, but the facts are the facts.
quote:AC worked great on ATI hardware, and then it didn't. Ubisoft and Ubisoft alone out of current game publishers has done a poor job getting their game to work properly on a significant portion of the computer gaming population.
quote:I've bought about 6 games-L4D, Fallout3, Supreme Commander, Witcher:EE, etc.-in the past few months, none of them have had problems with my ATI video card.
quote:That fact leads me to believe that it's fairly likely that Ubisoft is incompetent when coming to properly ensure their games work with the ATI hardware. Either that or they have a sweetheart deal with nVidia, take your pick.
quote:We have often had trouble with AMD drivers, especially when looking at CrossFire performance. The method that AMD uses to maintain and test their drivers necessitates eliminating some games from testing for extended periods of time. This can sometimes result in games that used to work well with AMD hardware or scale well with CrossFire to stop performing up to par or to stop scaling as well as they should.
The consistent fix, unfortunately, has been for review sites to randomly stumble upon these problems. We usually see resolutions very quickly to issues like this, but that doesn't change the fact that it shouldn't happen in the first place.
quote:We'll certainly see after we run all the tests, but stay tuned for an update on that area.