About a year ago AMD released its special edition Catalyst Omega drivers, which featured many bug fixes and introduced quite a lot of new features. It looks like AMD is planning another major Omega update for November. These WHQL-signed drivers should bring with them massive performance optimizations across the board for many of the latest games as well as the opportunity for AMD to introduce new software features to their drivers.
AMD has just released the Catalyst 15.10 Beta drivers. These drivers have performance and quality optimizations for Ashes of the Singularity in DirectX 12 mode and also address issues with Star Wars: Battlefront beta.
AMD released their 15.7 WHQL driver suite last week. With it brought some new features for AMD graphics card owners. One of the most interesting is the ability to pair a Radeon 300 series graphics card with a similar spec’d chip from the R9 200 series.
AMD has just released the Catalyst 15.7 WHQL driver suite, this is the first WHQL-signed Catalyst driver to be released in 212 days (since 14.12 Omega). The drivers add official support for Radeon R9 300 series and R9 Fury graphics processors that have launched recently.
It looks like AMD’s Catalyst 13.35 beta driver has been leaked by Toshiba. This is the first Catalyst driver to include AMD’s Mantle API and TrueAudio. Toshiba actually has listed the driver package on their support site. AMD’s Radeon R2xx series of graphics cards and their new Kaveri APUs will make the most of this driver.
The Radeon HD 7000 series for Windows XP has received a fresh new upgrade as well as image enhancements fostered by anti-aliasing technology that may come as no surprise to avid users. What could come as a surprise is the economic feasibility of the upgrades, which should sell well to anxious consumers looking for low interest electronics deals.
AMD’s latest monthly driver update will sit well The Radeon HD 7000 series graphics already showcases a number of impressive features: the proprietary AMD Eyefinity Technology, which allows users to immerse themselves in multiple immersive environments and a panoramic gaming experience; the Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture, which is the world’s first 28nm GPU system and allows AMD’s 4.3 billion transistors; the AMD App acceleration feature, which provides great playback off the web, clean HD streaming, multi-app functionality, and brilliantly fast gameplay and effects. Now AMD will go a step further a series anti-aliasing enhancements. The upgrades contained in the Catalyst 12.4 include:
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