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- Dec 17 2013, 8:56 AM (423 w, 2 d)
May 10 2016
Once the game is released and servers can run private hives, set their own server rules and enforce them (plus mods), you'll very likely find a non-PVP server to play on.
Good luck with RadeonPro, it's a great program.
Problem with using Arma 3 engine is that it wouldn't have been available to them to develop on until much later and they'd only be getting started on the standlone now (comment by Dean on reddit). They would be at least one year behind where they are now and would still need to do as much modification to the engine to get it to do what they want for Dayz. Only advantage is that they'd have a more up-to-date renderer, which they won't need a year to replace anyways. I think when they're all done developing we're going to be really happy with the results.
Also try changing your HDR setting back and forth from low to very low. I found that solves other gamma issues I get.
I found GPU load in cities to be helped by downloading RadeonPro, enabling overdrive and enabling "Always use highest performance clocks while gaming".
Running the latest 14.4 drivers also seems to help, but overall there are some odd gamma issues with crossfire at the moment. I suspect all of this will be improved when the new renderer is in, we'll just have to wait and see.
Hi GA-Bulletproof, I'm running a 7870 crossfire and have run into this problem. What crossfire setting are you using?
For me, it seems to be solved with enabling frame pacing. I'm using AFR friendly for crossfire.