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Tuesday, November 01, 2011
AMD Releases Final Catalyst 11.10 Drivers


AMD has released the final version of its Catalyst 11.10 graphics drivers and can be downloaded from AMD's Support & Drivers page.

AMD's software suite, AMD Catalyst 11.10, updates the AMD display driver and the AMD Catalyst Control Center / AMD Vision Engine Control Center.

The AMD Catalyst software suite 11.10 contains the following:

- AMD display driver version 8.902
- HydraVision for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Southbridge/IXP Driver
- AMD Catalyst Control Center version 8.902 / AMD Vision Engine Control Center version 8.902.

The following notebooks are not compatible with this release:

- Any notebook launched after this driver release
- Switchable Graphics enabled notebooks using Intel chipsets.
- Toshiba notebooks
- Sony VAIO notebooks
- Panasonic notebooks

Highlights of the AMD Catalyst 11.10 Windows release includes:

New Features

 AMD Eyefinity enhancements

  • Enables support for Eyefinity 5x1 display (portrait and landscape) configurations
  • Maximum supported resolution has been increased to 16000 x 16000 pixels on the AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series. (limited to DX11 applications only)
  • Bezel compensation is now possible when using sets of displays that have mismatched pixel densities.

 AMD VECC/CCC enhancements

  • Improvements have been implemented to better facilitate the enabling and control of the following features within the Vision Engine Control Center / Catalyst Control Center
    • AMD Overdrive for GPUs
    • Information Center (software and hardware)

 Resolved Issues for the Windows 7 Operating System

  • Some OpenGL games like Enemy Territory Quake Wars no longer experiences random corruption.
  • Lost Planet 2 no longer experiences random crashes when running the benchmark.
  • F1 2010 and Dirt 2 no longer experience random flashing during the game.
  • Google Earth no longer displays random corruption when running in OpenGL mode.
  • Mafia II no longer experiences a random crash during game loading / game play when Crossfire is enabled.
  • Unigine Heaven running in DirectX 11 mode no longer experiences a performance drop when running with Dual Graphics enabled.
  • Homefront no longer experiences random game crashes.
  • Random flashing is no longer experienced when playing back SD/BD content on a 120Hz monitor.
  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.
  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.

 Resolved Issues for the Windows Vista  Operating System

  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.
  • Scaling options are now correctly displayed when connecting DisplayPort / DFP monitors.
  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.

 Resolved Issues for the Windows XP Operating System

  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.
  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.


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