AMD Catalyst Drivers ATI Catalyst Drivers 10.11 XP 64

AMD Inc - (Freeware)



AMD Catalyst Drivers is a smart choice for those that want to improve their PC performance while increasing overall stability.

AMD Catalyst Drivers includes the latest 32-bit AMD (ATI) for the graphics card and panel Catalyst Control Center.

The AMD driver provides a gain of performance in several 3D applications thus ensuring an optimal experience. The panel Catalyst Control Center provides quick access to all parameters relating to AMD hardware offering multimedia features, management and display game.

There are different versions of AMD drivers for each operating system.

Title:
AMD Catalyst Drivers ATI Catalyst Drivers 10.11 XP 64
File Size:
63.5 MB
Requirements:
Windows XP64
Language:
en-us
License:
Freeware
Date Added:
18 Nov 2010
Publisher:
AMD Inc
Homepage:
http://www.amd.com/
MD5 Checksum:
2426A932613CB7A4CE9BC80FE88B9C93

# Performance Improvements:
- Battleforge : Performance increases up to 3% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and CrossFire configurations with anti-aliasing disabled.
- STALKER Call of Pripyat benchmark: Performance increases up to 5% on ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series single and CrossFire configurations

# Resolved Known Issues for the Windows 7 Operating System
- Running fullscreen DirectX 9 applications/games after enabling Aero effects and rebooting no longer causes the system to randomly stop responding
- Primary display no longer blanks out intermittently during "World in Conflict: Soviet Assault" DirectX10 gameplay with CrossFire and Dual Monitor enabled
- "Stone Giant" DirectX 11 demo no longer intermittently fails in fullscreen mode with CrossFire enabled under Multi-GPU configurations on some cards
- Task switching out of "Battlefield: Bad Company 2" and then back into the game no longer causes CrossFire to become disabled
- Enabling in-game Anti-Aliasing and utilizing Edge-Detect filters no longer causes smoother lines but blurry textures when compared to the Standard filter on some cards
- Desktop line corruption is no longer observed after hotplugging the HDCP display on some cards
- Enabling Overdrive through the Catalyst Control Center for single display systems no longer results in GPU clocks running at high levels in non-GPU intensive scenarios

# Resolved Known Issues for the Windows Vista Operating System
- Running fullscreen DirectX 9 applications/games after enabling Aero effects and rebooting no longer causes the system to randomly stop responding
- When "World of Warcraft" is launched via TriDef® 3D and hardware cursor is enabled, the mouse cursor no longer intermittently flickers and disappears
- Hot swapping a HDCP display panel with a non-HDCP display no longer causes the display to turn blank after resuming from sleep/hibernate during Blu-ray disc playback




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