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It might interest you to know that NVIDIA has issued GeForce drivers (v310.70) for NVIDIA graphics cards. Just so you know, the drivers include performance fixes for Far Cry 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Assassin's Creed III. In addition, you may want to head over to AMD's web site, which feature new beta 11 Catalyst reference driver for AMD and ATI graphics cards (v12...
The first wave of reviews for id Software's Rage has hit the web and while the console versions appear to be running smoothly, PC gamers are complaining about major graphical issues in the freshly launched shooter. The bugs appear to be no joke and are most apparent on systems with ATI graphics cards...
If you head over to the GAME.AMD.COM's Drivers & Support Page, you'll find the new version 10.8 Catalyst reference drivers for ATI graphics cards. This latest driver update offers support for OpenGL ES 2.0, performance enhancements for Eyefinity Quad ATI CrossFireX configurations, in addition to the non-beta anti-aliasing support for Blizzard's StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty...
ATI releases new drivers -- Catalyst 10.4 -- fixing the lengthy level load times which were known to occur in the PC edition of DICE's Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Here's the official word from ATI: The ATI Catalyst 10.4 Preview provides resolution for the following issue: Long load times for new maps in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 when using an ATI Radeon HD 5xxx series graphics card Read our review of Bad Company PC.
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...
Owners of ATi graphics cards can stop by the AMD Graphics Drivers & Software Page and the AMD Game Drivers & Tools Page to grab the new Catalyst reference drivers (v9.6). The Windows drivers include (amongst other things) performance improvements for the following...
ATI just released the Catalyst 9.2 drivers, increasing Crysis and Crysis Warhead DirectX 10 performance by up to 20%. Supposedly, these drivers also improve performance in and World In Conflict by 5%. At the same time, NVIDIA issued 182.06 WHQL drivers, mostly for increasing performace in the following games: F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, Fallout 3 Half-Life 2, Left 4 Dead and Race Driver: GRID.
Hey, folks, in case it slipped some of you, ATI's Drivers & Software Page offers the latest CATALYST reference drivers (version 8.9) for ATI graphics cards. The drivers feature several improvements and offers custom HDTV modes, Overdrive support for QUAD CrossFireX configurations and more.
Owners of ATI Radeon cards may now head over to the AMD Drivers & Software Page to grab the new Catalyst reference drivers - version 8.7 (thanks, Blue). As indicated, the Windows drivers feature bug fixes, performance improvements and an enhancement to the Catalyst Control Center Information Center. Linux drivers add support for Ubuntu 8.04, SLED 10 sp2, and Open Suse 11.
Owners of ATI accelerators may now grab the new Catalyst reference drivers (version 8.2), which are available in the following variants: Windows XP, Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows Vista 64-bit, Linux x86 and Linux x86_64. In addition to featuring a great number of different fixes...
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