Thief’s AMD Mantle support patch will release overnight

Thief

By on March 18, 2014 at 7:42 pm

If you were looking to get AMD Mantle working on your build of Thief then tonight’s your lucky night: according to Square Enix the patch should release on March 18.

The patch will also bring support for TrueAudio, which should improve the realism of the sound by offloading some audio calculations from the CPU onto space space on the GPU.

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Source: PC Gamer

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Shame it won’t fix the flaws.

 

TrueAudio is still nothing like what I had over a decade ago with the old Aureal Vortex… A3D was awesome especially with the WaveTracing.
Easily the pinnacle of PC audio, how we have regressed…

 

lordapophis,

Yeah – Creative killing A3D is a horrible stain on the history of gaming progression and an excellent example of cash before innovation.

 

Not sure if it coincides with this news, but Catalyst 14.3 beta is out along-side a new AMD uninstaller utility…beware that this thing can make your computer not startup correctly -I had to login with safemode and disable some startup stuff just to get in and install the new driver. Think the culprit was Lucid Logix crap, But I disabled several things, including some stuff installed with Visual Studio 2013

 
 
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