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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 11:20

AMD releases new Radeon drivers

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Catalyst series

 

AMD has published new drivers for Radeon video cards.

The next iteration of the Catalyst series drives available, for Windows and Linux.

The Catalyst 7.6 driver package is available for Windows XP 32bit and 64bit, Media Centre edition, Windows Vista 32bit and Windows Vista 64bit.
There is support for all newer Radeons, including the 2900 series.

AMD claims that some of its improvements will give performance enhancements of up to 16 percent listed for HDR supporting games.
The release has fixed problems with resolutions on Vista CRT monitors.  There are also some long list of bug fixes.

For Linux users, AMD has released the 8.38.6 driver package.  This adds support for RHEL5 and works fully with Xorg 7.2.

Last modified on Tuesday, 26 June 2007 11:51
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