AMD Catalyst 15.3 Beta Driver Released, Adds AMD Freesync Tech Support

AMD has released a new beta driver for its graphics cards. The AMD Catalyst 15.3 Beta add support for AMD Freesync technology, includes new Crossfire profiles for a number of games (such as Project CARS, Battlefield: Hardline and Total War: Attila) and improves other Crossfire profiles (for games like Assassin’s Creed Unity, Alien Isolation and Ryse: Son of Rome).

Those interested can download this new driver from here.

Here is the changelog for this new set of drivers:

Highlights of AMD Catalyst™ 15.3 Beta Windows Driver

AMD Freesync™ Support for single GPU product configurations

    • AMD Freesync technology support is now available for single GPU configurations. For more information on how Freesync works, FAQ’s and what products are currently supported, please visit the  Freesync Technology Page

Mixed Rotation Eyefinity now available on Radeon™ R9 285 series

    • AMD Radeon™ R9 285 now supports Mixed Rotation Eyefinity for “0” and “90” degrees rotations
    • More information on setup, configuration and support for this feature is available at the following link:

New Crossfire Profiles for:

    • Battlefield Hardline
    • Evolve
    • Far Cry 4
    • Lords of the Fallen
    • Project Cars
    • Total War: Attila

Crossfire Profile Updates for :

    • Alien Isolation
    • Assassin’s Creed Unity
    • Civilization – Beyond Earth
    • FIFA 2015
    • Grid Autosport
    • Ryse: Son of Rome
    • Talos Principle
    • The Crew

Important Note:

The AMD CrossFire profile for Dying Light is currently disabled in this driver while AMD works with Techland to investigate an issue where AMD CrossFire configurations are not performing as intended. An update is expected on this issue in the near future through an updated game patch or an AMD driver posting.

Resolved Issues:

    • [412702] Screens may blank out when enabling a 3×1 SLS with 3 HDMI monitors
    • [411847] Leadwerks : Project Manager crashes with a “Pure Virtual Function Call” error
    • [413076] Second Life : Rigged mesh objects are not rendered correctly when hardware skinning is enabled in the in game settings
    • [413392] Star Trek Online : Block corruption is experienced when MSAA is enabled in the in game settings
    • [410367] System hangs/BSOD upon resuming from S3/S4 sleep on AMD Radeon™ R9 285 configured in AMD CrossFire™ mode
    • [410293] With AMD CrossFire™ enabled, Timeout Detection Recovery (TDR) occurs during actual gameplay when YouTube Mix moves to the next song in Firefox
    • [407622] Screen tearing on enabling VSync with Alien: Isolation game
    • [407175] Catalyst Control Center Video Quality settings may not be available or retained if the “Enforce Smooth Video Playback” option is not selected on some AMD HD series GPU’s.
    • [410391] Primary display may not be retained after disabling Crossfire while in Eyefinity mode
    • [409705] Enabling or disabling Crossfire may lead to one side of the 4K MST display being shown as black
    • [410393] Minor stuttering may be seen in Dragon Age Inquisition on Single and Multi GPU configurations?
    • [414660] Total War : Attilla – The game may hang during in game cinematics on certain Kaveri platforms with a separate discrete GPU
    • [414120] The Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim : Fog / Clouds may flicker on Radeon HD 5800 series products

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