So hot off the presses, there's still smoke rising from the digital ink. I was about to nod off when I saw this article posted less than 2 hours ago on Anandtech and came immediately here to post the good news. AMD Releases Catalyst 12.1 Preview – Custom Application Profiles, HD3D CrossFire, & More As an aside, I feel I wholeheartedly agree with the author, Ryan Smith, in his assessment of the blunders AMD committed with BF3, Rage and Skyrim. And despite this news, I can't help but raise an eyebrow at AMD's timing. Why now, with the first driver of a new year ushering in the debut of the GCN architecture, is it time to deliver a forehead smacking necessity in GPU functionality for gaming to the masses, and it be expected to not seem a coincidence? I can't help but temper my excitement that it is finally supported and provided officially, with the suspicion that it could've arrived much sooner but was delayed for a publicity event. Nonetheless, the news is uplifting and welcome, and enough of my mere intrusive opinion. Read and enjoy.