AMD Radeon Crimson Edition Hotfix Adds 'Deus Ex' DX12 Support

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I ditched AMD Crossfire r390x for Nvidia 1080 and it was the best riddance ever, let alone sucky Crimson software.
 

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"Mouse cursor corruption may be experienced very intermittently on the Radeon RX 480"

More like very frequently. I am getting my mouse cursor screwed up every time I play Civ 5 or Starcraft 2.
 

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meh, its a known issue that has been with amd sense at least the 5000 series, not game breaking if you play windowed as a quick scroll off the screen with it fixes the issue.
 

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"I ditched AMD Crossfire r390x for Nvidia 1080 and it was the best riddance ever, let alone sucky Crimson software."
I always hear of people who have issues with AMD software, but I've never experienced it myself. Been smooth sailing from day one with me, couldn't be happier with my R9 280X space heating pair.
 
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You can guys say whatever you want to say, i had R390x and it sucked in all newer titles, especially those AMD supposed to have advantage of because of DX12 and Vulcan. Once I dropped 1080, a single card kills Crossfire R390x setup let alone single card. In Doom 2016, AMD cards simply suck under Vulcan API as frames drop down to low 20s randomly. I was not really comparing frame rate against 1080 but 1080 is damn f. consistent ~130 1440p Ultra. R390x with Ultra on 1080p in certain areas is not playable at all. Tomb Raider for example -> simply sucks and with Nvidia 1080 just fluid gaming experience. As I said it was a good riddance especially from their Crimson drivers which simply suck...visually, performance/bugs and installation can really easily go f. wrong.
 
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