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Catalyst 13.30 BETA

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by natr0n, Jan 15, 2014.

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    Do you have information as to what this driver changes? To me it only seems like a update to include Kaveri support with no other changes.
     
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    It's a huge driver package with updates for just about everything AMD, chipsets etc including a newer display driver. They haven't posed release info yet.

    Also surprised they have a new WinXP supported driver. Might test it on XP64. o_O
     
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    these are the Kevari drivers, there isnt anything new and exciting for desktop GPUs.
     
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    Yeah I'm skeptical that most any AMD driver release anymore does not bring any game specific performance improvements unless they say so. The majority of updates lately have only been to add APU or R5-9 support.
     
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    Most of them do. Not this one, since it has nothing to do with game specific performance improvements rather a driver to launch with a new product.
     

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