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Saturday, 29 September 2007 17:52

AMD hotfixes Catalyst again

Written by Slobodan Simic

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ATI Catalyst 7.9 hotfix


DAAMIT has decided to release yet another hotfix for Catalyst 7.9. The mentioned hotfix is mostly for the new game titles.

Here is the full list of fixed issues:

    * Enemy Territory Quake Wars: Crossfire flickering issues are resolved. Performance is improved
    * Bioshock: Resolved intermittent hangs for the Radeon HD 2400 and Radeon HD 2600
    * Call of Juarez:  Texture corruption is fixed
    * World In Conflict: Performance is improved
    * Team Fortress 2: Facial morphing corruption is fixed
    * Time Shift: Resolved random crashes for Radeon 9xxx and Radeon X8xx series of products

Looks like DAAMIT decided to follow the new games a bit closely. You can find the mentioned hotfix here.

Last modified on Saturday, 29 September 2007 21:38
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