AMD releases Catalyst 10.11 graphics drivers

By Matthew ยท 7 replies
Nov 17, 2010
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  1. AMD has released the first significant Catalyst update since the recent debut of its Radeon HD 6800 series(besides 10.10c), but oddly enough, the new arrivals aren't listed as supported products. The release notes for Catalyst 10.11 shows compatibility for the Radeon HD 2400 through the HD 5900 series, but neither the 6850 nor 6870 are mentioned. We're waiting to hear back from AMD on whether those cards were purposefully excluded, but we assume it's just an oversight and both are covered by the latest driver suite.

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  2. Breech

    Breech TS Member Posts: 76

    Was hoping to see the 5 series get morphological anti-aliasing support on this release but I guess not. Perhaps it will still come on a later release.
  3. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,276   +461

  4. Eddo22

    Eddo22 TS Booster Posts: 166   +8

    Get the 10.10e if your running windows 7. They support it and oddly enough are newer than the 10.11. Just make sure you disable it when your not using it in games. Apparently it causes font issues etc.
  5. Breech

    Breech TS Member Posts: 76

    Thanks guys, appreciate the info.
  6. Zecias

    Zecias TS Booster Posts: 202

    i uninstalled my current driver, restarted, installed the 10.11 driver, restarted, checked the CCC(catalyst command center) and this is what i saw
    driver packaging version 8.791-random numbers and letters
    catalyst version 10.11
    2d driver version
    direct 3d version
    openGL version
    catalyst control center version 2010.1026.2246.39002
    i think it only installed the CCC and didn't update my drivers, any help?
  7. red1776

    red1776 Omnipotent Ruler of the Universe Posts: 5,224   +164

    Those are the correct numbers Z, the 10-10 version was
    CCC V 210.0930.2237.38732
  8. Zecias

    Zecias TS Booster Posts: 202

    o, cool
    thanks for the confirmation!

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