AMD FirePro and FireMV Graphics Unified Driver for Windows 7

Date: March 12, 2013
File Size: 288.0 MB
OS Support: Windows 7
Downloads: 838

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AMD FirePro™ professional graphics cards are designed to accelerate 3D and Server workstation applications. With full certification on the leading computer aided design (CAD), media and entertainment (M&E) and architecture/engineering/construction (AEC) applications, AMDFirePro is the high performance choice for graphics professionals. These release notes provide information on the AMD FirePro Unified Driver version

Package Includes:

  • Display Driver
  • OpenCL Runtime
  • DisplayPort and HDMI audio driver
  • AMD Catalyst Pro Control Center

Note: The AMD FirePro Unified Driver does not support the Intel Itanium 2 processor based server platforms.

Caution: Pre-unified drivers (7.88 or older) should be un-installed before installing the AMD FirePro Unified Driver.

What's New:

  • Support for AMD FirePro R5000 in Unified driver
  • Support for AMD FirePro S10000 in Unified driver
  • Performance improvements in Solidworks
  • Performance improvements in AutoCAD
  • Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6.3 support
  • Windowed OpenGL quad-buffer 3D support in Windows 8®
  • 10-bit color video output technology support in Windows 8®

Supported Products:

  • AMD FirePro S10000
  • AMD FirePro W9000
  • AMD FirePro S9000
  • AMD FirePro W8000
  • AMD FirePro W7000
  • AMD FirePro S7000
  • AMD FirePro R5000
  • AMD FirePro W5000
  • AMD FirePro W600
  • AMD FirePro A320 APU
  • AMD FirePro A300 APU
  • ATI FirePro V9800
  • AMD FirePro V9800P
  • ATI FirePro V8800
  • AMD FirePro V7900
  • AMD FirePro V7900
  • ATI FirePro V7800
  • AMD FirePro V7800P
  • AMD FirePro V5900
  • ATI FirePro V5800
  • ATI FirePro V5800 DVI
  • AMD FirePro V4900
  • ATI FirePro V4800
  • AMD FirePro V3900
  • ATI FirePro V3800
  • ATI FirePro 2460
  • AMD FirePro 2270
  • ATI FirePro S400
  • AMD FireStream 9370
  • AMD FireStream 9350

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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