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    Default AMDs fps numbers are overstated.

    figured out a trick to make runt frames, or frames
    which are not actually rendered to trigger the fps
    monitor as a real fully rendered frame. This is real
    problem for AMD much worse than the latency
    problem. Crossfire is a disaster which is why
    numerous reviewers including Tech Report have
    written that Crossfire produces higher fps but
    feels less smooth than Nvidia.

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    I've been reading up on this since yesterday, there have been many more developments after the article you linked to.

    Here's a great writeup:,3466.html
    One from the original site:

    G3D has one using FRAPS but that isn't entirely accurate, they will be moving to FCAT as well.

    Info on FCAT:
    AMD's response:

    For anyone who doesn't want to read, if you are on Single GPU, you are fine. Multi GPU fix in the works.

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