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Wednesday, 26 December 2007 10:28

ATI Catalyst 7.12 is out

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Late Xmas present

ATI has relased the Catalyst 7.12 as a late Xmas present and these are the last drivers we can expect to see; but you never quite know with ATI, as last year we got a 6.13.

Improvements in the 7.12's include better overclocking support for HD 2900 in CrossFire, better performance in 3DMark05 for the 2400 and 2600-series, and Company of Heroes for the 38x0-series.

There's also a whole bunch of other fixes for both Windows Vista and XP.

You can grab the drivers here

Expreview has run a quick set of benchmarks using a 2600XT and it looks like the drivers also have a major inpact on performance for World in Conflict. You can check out the graphs here
Last modified on Thursday, 27 December 2007 03:34
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