AMD Catalyst 12.3 Official WHQL Released

AMD has released today their latest universal WHQL drivers for their graphics cards. These new Catalyst 12.3 WHQL drivers feature fixes for the AMD Catalyst Control Center startup issues/ delays, as well as improvements and fixes for Tom Clancy: HAWX, Quake4, Xplane, Skyrim, Alan Wake and Far Cry 2. You can view the key features of these new drivers – and find its download links – below. Enjoy!
AMD Catalyst 12.3 WHQL Key Features:
Resolved Issues for the Windows 7 Operating System
This section provides information on resolved known issues in this release of the AMD Catalyst 12.3 software suite for Windows 7. These include:
•AMD Catalyst Control Center startup issues/ delays have been resolved
•Tom Clancy HAWX: No longer crashes after task switching with MLAA (Morphological Anti-Aliasing) and Anti-Aliasing enabled
•Furmark Benchmark: No longer crashes when launched in High Performance mode.
•Quake 4: No longer display corruption after task switching when run in High Performance mode
•XPlane: Textures no longer exhibit flicker and corruption
•Skyrim: No longer displays flickering and texture corruption.
•Alan Wake: A system crash is no longer experienced when running the game in DirectX 9 mode with Crossfire enabled
•Far Cry 2: A random system hang is no longer experienced when running the game at high in game setting
Resolved Issues for the Windows Vista Operating System
This section provides information on resolved known issues in this release of the AMD Catalyst™ 12.3 software suite for Windows Vista. These include:
•AMD Catalyst Control Center startup issues/ delays have been resolved
•Enemy Territory Quake Wars : no longer exhibits random corruption
Those interested can download AMD’s Catalyst 12.3 WHQL Drivers from here.

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