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    13.2 Beta 5 (FIVE) just released.

    FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE AMD CATALYST 13.2 BETA 5 DRIVER

    (Please note that AMD Catalyst 13.2 Beta 5 includes all of the fixes found in previous versions of AMD Catalyst 13.2 Beta)

    •Crysis 3 multi-player Beta: Improves CrossFire scaling by up to 40%
    •Far Cry 3: Improves performance up to 10% at 2560x1600 with 8xAA
    •New 3D Mark release: Adds CrossFire profile support for the new 3D Mark release under Windows 8

    http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles...etaDriver.aspx

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    ROG Guru: Diamond Belt Array Zka17's Avatar
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    LOL, they're releasing driver too fast...

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    Thanks your sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zka17 View Post
    LOL, they're releasing driver too fast...
    You have no idea the irony of that statement I suspect. In years past that was the green team fanbois big stick to beat AMD about how slow AMD where with beta or refreshed drivers. I personally do not care just good to see new drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    You have no idea the irony of that statement I suspect. In years past that was the green team fanbois big stick to beat AMD about how slow AMD where with beta or refreshed drivers. I personally do not care just good to see new drivers.
    Me too... seems tney are finally onto something as my Trifire system is finally stable since 12.11 and these new 13.2's have made my overclocking FAR more stable. Got the Vram up to 1900 last night. Previous highest prior to 13.2x was 1700 at a stretch.

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    ROG Guru: Diamond Belt Array Zka17's Avatar
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    He-he, you're right, HiVizMan! I just meant that since I'm using AMD cards, they released so many drivers that I could not fully experiment any of them... - practically, I installed them as the updates arrived... without seeing what's the problem with the previous..

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    These are awesome in 3dMark11, AMD has got the green team pwned as far as driver releases go these days
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