kin0025 wrote:Can you test it without the GPU though? They have tested it on AMD cards, however likely not your specific GPU. If it is caused by your GPU and not another component in your system running on integrated will help. Have you overclocked you card yourself? If so, try running stock clocks, as it may be vram related artifacting.
I want to enjoy the game but enabling the integrated gpu in my systems means changing bios and installing drivers as well as changing cpu setting to lower MHz so no sorry will not do that as every other game works fine.
Current list of games we play are H1Z1, CSGO, Arma 3, Ark, 7DTD, Battlefield 4, Black ops 3 Beta - all run on max settings at a vsync 60fps without an issue. The 290's were AMD's top card until there 390 series came out several months ago, these cards have been on the market for a long time. It would be very strange and nearly impossible for the Dev's not to have tested on those cards if they tested AMD cards.
Cards are factory OC in water cooled rigs. No other played games have shown any sort of artifacting especially as the cpu and gpus run much cooler than an air cooled equivalent. Reading from Realtemp Maximum GPU temp today was a whole 38 degrees Celsius while Maximum CPU temp was 54 degrees Celsius.