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Skyrim Crossfire Fix (Sort of)

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November 28, 2011 2:55:01 AM

Hi Everyone,
We've all been proud of our Multi-card systems, however when we played Skyrim for the first time, we've all had a serious letdown. I've found a pseudo fix for Skyrim that significantly improves the FPS in the game and fixes several lag and stuttering issues. I fooled around with RadeonPro, http://www.radeonpro.info/en-US/Downloads/ and I found that if you create a profile for the game and set the crossfire profile to AFR Friendly D3D and then move the slider to alternate frame render. This doesn't change some issues with significant lag in some areas (such as towns for me) but it does significantly increase fps and reduce lag. However, it does mess up the escape menu (quests and options, ETC) but the skill, magic, items, ETC menus all work properly. All together, this all made the game actually playable for me. Hope it does for you all too!
November 28, 2011 3:23:43 AM

Martin 71 said:
Hi Everyone,
We've all been proud of our Multi-card systems, however when we played Skyrim for the first time, we've all had a serious letdown. I've found a pseudo fix for Skyrim that significantly improves the FPS in the game and fixes several lag and stuttering issues. I fooled around with RadeonPro, http://www.radeonpro.info/en-US/Downloads/ and I found that if you create a profile for the game and set the crossfire profile to AFR Friendly D3D and then move the slider to alternate frame render. This doesn't change some issues with significant lag in some areas (such as towns for me) but it does significantly increase fps and reduce lag. However, it does mess up the escape menu (quests and options, ETC) but the skill, magic, items, ETC menus all work properly. All together, this all made the game actually playable for me. Hope it does for you all too!



11.11b performance driver is out and supports crossfire. be careful as your results will vary on your system.
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