AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta Released, CrossFire Improvements In Rome 2, Saints Row 4, Metro: Last Light

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AMD has released a new set of beta drivers for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta come with CrossFire performance improvements in Total War: Rome 2, Saints Row 4 and Metro: Last Light. In addition, AMD has included a number of frame pacing improvements for Tomb Raider, Metro Last Light, Sniper Elite, World of Warcraft, Max Payne 3 and Hitman Absolution.
Those interested can download these new drivers from here.
And here are the release notes for AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta:
Feature Highlights of The AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta Driver for Windows:
*AMD Catalyst 13.10 Beta includes all of the features/fixes found in AMD Catalyst 13.8 Beta2
*PCI-E bus speed is no longer set to x1 on the secondary GPU when running in CrossFire configurations
*Rome Total War 2: Updated AMD CrossFireâ„¢ profile
-improves CrossFire scaling up to 20% (at 2560×1600 with extreme settings)
-resolves corruption issues seen while playing the game
*Saints Row 4: Updated AMD CrossFire profile
-improves CrossFire scaling up to 20% (at 2560×1600 with ultra settings)
*Metro Last Light: Updated AMD CrossFire profile
-improves CrossFire scaling up to 10% (at 2560×1600 with ultra settings)
*Includes a number of frame pacing improvements for the following titles:
-Tomb Raider
-Metro Last Light
-Sniper Elite
-World of Warcraft
-Max Payne 3
-Hitman Absolution

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