AMD Catalyst 14.11.2 Beta Driver Released, Optimal For Dragon Age Inquisition & Far Cry 4

AMD has beaten the green team this time around, even though NVIDIA will release today a new driver for its graphics cards dedicated to Ubisoft’s open world game. The red team has released a new beta driver that is optimal for both Dragon Age: Inquisition and Far Cry 4.

Those interested can download this new driver from here.

As the changelog reads, this driver release enables peak driver performance optimization for AMD Radeon graphics users in Dragon Age: Inquisition and Far Cry 4.

Kudos to our reader ‘Sean’ for informing us.

Enjoy!

Highlights of AMD Catalyst™ 14.11.2 Windows® Beta Driver Performance Improvements
Dragon Age: Inquisition performance optimizations
– Up to 5% performance increase over Catalyst™ 14.11.1 beta in single GPU scenarios with Anti-Aliasing enabled.
– Optimized AMD CrossFire™ profile
Far Cry 4 performance optimizations
– Up to 50% performance increase over Catalyst™ 14.11.1 beta in single GPU scenarios with Anti-Aliasing enabled.

Resolved Issues
[409235]: Small chance of intermittent screen tearing or corruption in Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare on high settings 4K resolution in AMD CrossFire™ mode.
[408892]: World of Warcraft can sometimes exhibit corruption when using CMAA in AMD CrossFire™ configurations.
[407431]: Minecraft sometimes produces corruption when changing video settings in windowed mode.
[407338]: XDMA Quad CrossFire™ configurations in portrait Eyefinity modes sometimes display tearing or stuttering.

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