AMD today released its latest official version of Catalyst, a software suite that provides drivers for AMD/ATI Radeon graphics processors, A-Series APUs, 7-series and 8-series integrated graphics, and related system software. Catalyst 11.10 WHQL launched today has essentially the same change log as the 11.10 Preview 3 driver, except that it's WHQL-signed. Catalyst 11.10 WHQL is the driver to have when playing some of the latest titles such as Battlefield 3 and Rage. Catalyst 11.10 WHQL brings in a few new features, too, such as support for 5x1 Eyefinity, with maximum resolution increased to 16000 x 16000 pixels on Radeon HD 6000 series GPUs, and in DirectX 11 applications, and improved Vision Engine Control Center / Catalyst Control Center applications (VECC is installed for A-Series APUs and Chipset IGPs, CCC is installed for discrete Radeon GPUs). DOWNLOAD: AMD Catalyst 11.10 WHQL for Windows 7 and Vista 64-bit | Windows 7 and Vista 32-bit Windows 7 specific bug fixes include: 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.