AMD Releases New Beta Driver That Improves Performance In Battlefield 4

AMD Gaming Evolved

A couple of days ago, we informed you about a new AMD beta driver that was packed with a number of improvements. Well, yesterday AMD released another beta driver, specifically made for Battlefield 4. Battlefield 4 has just been released, and AMD’s Catalyst 13.11 BETA7 increases AMD CrossFire? scaling up to an additional 20% for it.

Those interested can download these new beta drivers from here.

Stay also tuned for our Performance Analysis article, that will hopefully go live later today!

Feature Highlights of The AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta7 Driver for Windows

  • Includes all Feature Highlights of the AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta6
  • Increases AMD CrossFire scaling up to an additional 20% for Battlefield 4


 Feature Highlights of The AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta6 Driver for Windows

  • Includes all Feature Highlights of AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta
  • Includes support for the new products:
    • AMD Radeon R9 290X
    • AMD Radeon R9 290
  • Performance improvements
    • Batman: Arkham Origins – improves performance up to 35% with MSAA 8x enabled
    • Total War: Rome 2 – improves performance up to 10%
    • Battlefield 3 – improves performance up to 10%
    • GRID 2 – improves performance up to 8.5%
    • DiRT Showdown – improves performance up to 10%
    • Formula 1 2013 – improves performance up to 8%
    • DiRT 3 – improves performance up to 7%
    • Sleeping Dogs – improves performance up to 5%
  • Performance improvements for the AMD APU Series (comparing AMD Catalyst 13.11 Beta6 to AMD Catalyst 13.9)
    • Luxmark (openCL) – improves performance up to 10%
    • Winzip 17.5 (openCL) – improves performance up to 20%
    • GRID 2 – improves performance up to 4%
    • Battlefield 4 – improves performance up to 5%
    • Lef4Dead – improves performance up to 10%
  • Automatic AMD Eyefinity Configuration
  • Automatic “plug and play” configuration of supported Ultra HD/4K tiled displays

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