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Wednesday, 27 October 2010 09:18

AMD intros more hotfixes

Written by Fudzilla staff


Catalyst 10.10c released
Just days after it released Catalyst 10.10, AMD has released not one, but two hotfixes for the driver pack.

The new drivers were ready in time for the HD 6800 launch and they were used in AMD internal testing weeks ago, if leaked slides are to be believed. However, the outfit has already introduced the 10.10a hotfix which we wrote about yesterday and the new one, dubbed 10.10c appeared today.

The latest hotfix delivers OpenGL 4.1 support as well as a few Crossfire performance improvements. Some performance optimizations for HD 6800 series boards in AvP, Starcraft 2 and Open GL are also included.

You can get it here. The hotfix is not officially supported by AMD, but we doubt anyone really cares.
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