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Friday, 21 December 2007 07:34

ATI Catalyst Version 7.12 Released

Written by David Stellmack

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Last release of Catalyst for the year


A new version of the Catalyst drivers makes its final appearance of the year with release 7.12. The 7.12 release will be followed by a Linux version that will be released shortly. The latest version offers some interesting improvements over the last version of Catalyst.

Perhaps most interesting among the enhancements is the introduction of an enhanced ATI OverDrive mode for the HD 2900 Series. With this enhanced mode, owners are able to Overclock both the GPU engine and graphics memory clock speeds in CrossFire mode. (Of course, owners’ single ATI Radeon graphics accelerators will be able to overclock, as well.) A slew of bug fixes are also present in the latest release of the driver.

You can download version 7.12 by clicking here.

Last modified on Friday, 21 December 2007 10:19

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