AMD released the final iteration of Catalyst 10.4 graphics driver suite. The WHQL-signed drivers keep up with the company's one month update cycle, and introduce a wide range of changes. To begin with, game-specific performance improvements in this release are confined to STALKER - Clear Sky, with up to 6% improvement in frame-rates for the Radeon HD 5970, and up to 3% for HD 5800 and HD 5700 series GPUs. There are changes to the video-decoding features, namely addition of H.264 Level 5.1 support, and a fix that reduces the "mosquito noise" seen in highly-compressed video. Improvements to the video-transcoding capabilities are also a highlight of this release, with enhanced support for Windows 7 drag-and-drop video converter, namely performance increment, support for new H.264 formats such as MTS and WMV9 Complex profile interlaced content, and the ability to toggle GPU-acceleration from Catalyst Control Center. Support for the ATI Video converter is now available in the advanced view of the ATI Catalyst Control Center. DOWNLOAD: ATI Catalyst 10.4 WHQL for Windows 7/Vista 64-bit, Windows 7/Vista 32-bit, Windows XP 32-bit, Windows XP 64-bit A list of minor fixes follows. Desktop mouse cursor will no longer intermittently appear enlarged Pressing the "Page Down" button while configuring the last display in Eyefinity group will now properly switch to the next display instead of closing the bezel user interface Shortcut keys to configure the bezel now functions properly "Battlefield 2: Bad Company" maps no longer takes unusually long to load for ATI Radeon HD 5000 Series Performance on 2D applications and benchmarks has now been fixed Flashing no longer visible in "Shattered Horizon" game with CrossFire™ enabled Changing in-game resolution in "Alien vs. Predator" no longer causes screen flickering under multi-GPU configuration Tint setting under Catalyst Control Center - Basic Color now displays smooth transition when adjusted for Blu-ray playback In-game anti-alias now functions properly when other in-game options like Volumetric Effects are enabled in "Empire: Total War" and "Napoleon: Total War"games Flickering corruption and flashing textures are no longer visible in "Battlefield 2: Bad Company"