Neoseeker : News : AMD Catalyst 11.11 drivers fix blurry RAGE textures
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BlackLabel Nov 15, 11
AMD are pretty slow at fixing things.. RAGE is like a month old now and given it's length anyone still playing has probably gotten used to shitty textures. I personally want a Skyrim driver soonish as I know that with the right optimisations most AMD users will get a significant boost.
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Ncjpr1993 Nov 15, 11
Excellent, the one part of RAGE that bothered me is finally fixed. Hopefully Doom 4 won't have so many problems at launch, I may shed a manly tear otherwise...
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MPA Nov 15, 11
I used to be a PC gamer, beause of numerous driver problems I changed to consoles
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BlackLabel Nov 15, 11
quote Ncjpr1993
Excellent, the one part of RAGE that bothered me is finally fixed. Hopefully Doom 4 won't have so many problems at launch, I may shed a manly tear otherwise...
Doom is iD Software's baby they never treat that series badly. Not saying they deliberately didn't care about RAGE, but Doom practically put them on the map and is the reason they are even relevant today. There is a level of a respect there for Doom at that studio that they don't always share with their other franchises.
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xXCommonXx Nov 15, 11
Ah Doom, you still give me nostalgia
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chautemoc Nov 15, 11
quote MPA
I used to be a PC gamer, beause of numerous driver problems I changed to consoles
Some switch to PC for higher res textures...
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xXCommonXx Nov 16, 11
Lol my pc isn't able to play a lot of games on steam just say one, i dare you. heres the ones that work: Team fortress 2, and Terraria; thats about it.
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