yogurt_21> You fail to understand, that saying:
a) solution A is X% faster
b) solution A needs Y% less time
are two different things.
For example, if stock system takes 100 seconds and overclocked system takes 50 seconds, it is correct to say: overclocking provides 100% boost, because the...
Actually, overclocked system takes 19,7% less time to complete the task, but based on those numbers, it is 24,5% faster. That means a cca 25% boost, so that part is correct in the article.
With wPrime, there sure is some mischief in the article.
Just curious... How is HD4830 not included in HD4800Series? In cat 8.10 release notes HD4670 and HD4600Series are listed separately, but in 8.11 release notes, only HD4600Series is present.... Logically that should mean that HD4670 is not supported in 8.11.... but if I pick 4670 in find latest...
Hmmm. Well I would swear that HD4830 was not in the list yesterday, only the HD4800 Series.... but who knows, I could have missed it.
Oh well.... thanks anyway. Seems like I will have to wait another month.
I have the same problem.... Already tried uninstalling old drivers first, but no luck. :ohwell:
I am using XP 32bit Service pack 3 with Sapphire HD4830. If anyone finds out the solution, please post here. Thanks.