AMD Catalyst 14.7 RC Driver Released

AMD has released a new Release Candidate driver for its graphics cards. According to its changelog, this new driver includes all the improvements found in the 14.6 RC driver, comes with an updated Crossfire profile for Plants vs. Zombies and improves CrossFire scaling (3840×2160 High Settings) in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag up to 93%.

Those interested can download this new driver from here.

Enjoy!

Feature Highlights of the AMD Catalyst 14.7? RC Driver for Windows

  • Includes all improvements found in the AMD Catalyst 14.6 RC driver
  • AMD ?CrossFire and AMD Radeon Dual Graphics profile update for Plants vs. Zombies???
  • Assassin’s Creed IV – improved CrossFire scaling (3840×2160 High Settings) up to 93%
  • Collaboration with AOC has identified non-standard display timings as the root cause of 60Hz SST flickering exhibited by the AOC  U2868PQU panel on certain AMD Radeon™ graphics cards. A software workaround has been implemented in AMD Catalyst 14.7 RC driver to resolve the display timing issues with this display.  
    • Users are further encouraged to obtain newer display firmware from AOC that will resolve flickering at its origin. 
    • Users are additionally advised to utilize DisplayPort-certified cables to ensure the integrity of the DisplayPort data connection.???

Feature Highlights of the AMD Catalyst 14.6 RC Driver for Windows

  • Plants vs. Zombies (Direct3D performance improvements):
    • AMD Radeon R9 290X – 1920×1080 Ultra – improves up to 11%
    • AMD Radeon R9 290X – 2560×1600 Ultra – improves up to  15%
    • AMD Radeon R9 290X CrossFire configuration (3840×2160 Ultra)  – 92% scaling
  • 3DMark Sky Diver improvements:
    • AMD A4-6300 – improves up to 4%
    • Enables AMD Dual Graphics/AMD CrossFire support
  • Grid Auto Sport:
    • AMD CrossFire profile
  • Wildstar:
    • Power Xpress profile
    • Performance improvements to improve smoothness of application
    • Performance improves up to 24% at 2560×1600 on the AMD Radeon R9 and R7 Series of products for both single GPU and multi-GPU configurations.
  • Watch Dogs:
    • AMD CrossFire – Frame pacing improvements
  • Battlefield Hardline Beta:
    • AMD CrossFire profile

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