(Originally posted in the wrong area, so I moved this question to here because it seems like the correct location [Original post in Gaming and Support])
So I am designing a WPF application using .NET Framework 4.0 that is very graphic intensive. When I moved from my MSI video card to the AMD FirePro my graphics rendering was poor quality at best. Sliders looked jagged, buttons looked crooked, and text was unreadable at points. I had submitted a ticket with Microsoft to find out if there was an issue with graphics rending with .NET 4.0 and their responce was to contact AMD because the issue was not on their end.
"You could work directly with AMD, since I’m pretty sure they would be very interested once you demonstrate that the problem is unique to this GPU" - David Wooden (Microsoft Support)
I was curious to know if AMD was doing something different that did not support applications that were designed in older .NET Frameworks which would cause their graphics cards to not render correctly. Also if someone would help me figure out what it is I can do to fix this issue.
NOTE: updating to .NET 4.5 is not an option as the project was designed in 4.0 and updating to 4.5 would cause problems as well as extend the projects developement time.