Originally Posted by cadaveca
I don't have any Nvidia cards, AMD only.
Running benchmarks to confirm the problem is rather useless at this point. If you don't have such a config, and don't have problems, then don't worry about it. If you do, AMD is aware, confirmed it, and is working on fixing it. There's no "drama" to be found here.
It's not that i don;t believe that the problem exists. I know that crossfire has issues with it. It's more that I don't believe it is an accurate way to 'benchmark' cards like stated in the original article.
Also the OP states that the 'issue' is worse than we thought. Surely it is only as bad as it is perceived when playing a game with the issue? I just don't see the point of graphs without any kind of demonstration.