AMD delays Eyefinity frame pacing patch to January 2014

Posted on Thursday, Dec 12 2013 @ 12:04 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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AMD announced its patch for frame pacing issues on CrossFire Eyefinity configurations will finally be arriving in January, roughly two months later than previously anticipated.
Since then we’ve been working on chasing down AMD to get a status update on the phase 2 driver, which they have finally provided. The long and the short of it is that the phase 2 driver has been delayed by roughly an additional two months, with AMD now expecting to have a public release of the phase 2 driver ready at some point in January. Note that January coincides with the CES and the launch of Kaveri (AMD’s first GCN desktop APU), so while AMD hasn’t provided any further guidance we wouldn’t be surprised if the roll-out was post-Kaveri, so that AMD doesn’t have to juggle multiple projects at once.

AMD didn’t provide any insight into the latest delay for the phase 2 driver, so at this point it’s not clear whether the delay is due to technical issues, labor/time issues, or a combination of both.
Source: AnandTech

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