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New ATI Catalyst Drivers
Uros "Vader" Pavlovic
03:25 am EST @ January 28th, 2010
The new 10.1 reference drivers for ATI graphics cards (for Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP) are now available. ATI promised to polish quite a few things and offers numerous performance improvements throughout February and March releases. Here's are some of the promised the changes:
- Left 4 Dead 2 ' Overall performance improves as much as 3% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 series products and ATI Radeon HD 5800 series products
- Crysis ' Performance improves as much as 3% on ATI Radeon HD 5700 series products and as much as 4% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 series products
Resolved Issues For All Windows Operating Systems:
- Confirmation dialog box will now appear while extending the display through ATI Catalyst Control Center
- "Enable Manual Fan Control" check box will now be checked when utilizing external tools to apply fan speed
- The display order will now reflect changes properly when Eyefinity is re-arranged while desktop is rotated to portrait mode
- Hot unplugging one of the displays in an Eyefinity configuration no longer causes rotation modes to disappear from ATI Catalyst Control Center
Resolved Issues For The Windows 7 Operating System:
- Enabling LCD Overdrive will no longer cause mouse cursor to magnify when moved overtop of the "Calibration Preview"
- DisplayPort "Lower Setting Applied" and "Link Failure" messages will no longer appear after driver installation and reboot with DP displays connected to the mini DP port
- Firefox now works properly and video no longer drop frames when playing Youtube clips with Adobe Flash Player 10
- CrossFire logo now appears properly in CFX enabled applications like "3DMark Vantage" or "Call of Juarez"
- Newly added custom modes will now appear properly in desktop area tree view
- Confirmation dialogue window will now appear when setting up Eyefinity mode
- 120 Hz is no longer missing from display modes for specific digital displays
- Specific configurations will no longer cause Ubisoft "Wheelman" to stop responding during gameplay
- Loss of HDMI signal may no longer occurs when viewing Blu-ray content, and re scanning for the HDMI signal no longer cause the entire screen to shift and display a green border
- Overscan/underscan issue no longer occurs when setting displays to HDTV modes
- Performance drop no longer observed during some scenes of Resident Evil 5 cinematics
- Blocky grass and trees no longer visible in Unigine "Heaven" in OpenGL mode
ATi Catalyst drivers in various Windows variant can be grabbed on the game.amd.com Drivers & Support Page.
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