AMD releases new Catalyst hotfix for Far Cry 2By Jose Vilches
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Last week, AMD released a Catalyst driver hotfix in preparation for the launch of Far Cry 2. The driver was supposed to improve the game's performance for all card setups in DirectX 10 mode and boost frame rates in the DirectX 9 version of the game for those with CrossFire multi-GPU configurations.
It appears that some image quality issues were also part of the mix, though, thus the company has released today the second hotfix for the popular first person shooter to address this problem. Interestingly, AMD says the update should also improve performance for the DirectX 10 and 10.1 version of Stalker: Clear Sky, which was released back in mid-September. The hotfix is available here for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Vista.
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