AMD Releases 10.10c Hotfix for Catalyst Drivers

"AMD has released a second update for its Catalyst series drivers within a week – this time around it is the 10.10c Hotfix."

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AMD has released a second update for its Catalyst series drivers within a week – this time around it is the 10.10c Hotfix. Continuing the upgrade process started with the 10.10a Hotfix released last week, the new release brings some interesting enhancements for games and for the Radeon HD 6800 series graphics cards.

 

Here are the new enhancements introduced through the Catalyst 10.10c Hotfix:

 

  • ·         Support for OpenGL 1.4 beta
  • ·         Resolution of negative scaling in Dead Rising 2 through Crossfire profile
  • ·         Improved Crossfire performance for several games including:
  • o   Metro 2033
  • o   F1 2011 for Direct X9
  • o   Fallout New Vegas
  • ·         Support for the new Morphological Anti-Aliasing feature
  • ·         Further performance boosts for systems running AMD Radeon HD 6870 and HD 6850 series cards, in particular for the following games:
  • o   Aliens versus Predators
  • o   Star Craft 2
  • ·         Performance improvements for OpenGL, especially for games including Prey, Quake Wars: Enemy Territories, and Heaven v2

 

You can download the AMD Catalyst 10.10c Hotfix for Windows 7 here

 

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19-12-2010, 09:15:58

ionicle
LED telly's are good, bought a 22'' one recently, its rather smart, and the colours are a little sharper, blacks are a little blacker...etc etc...brightness is a bit better

its an improvement, ...but not a new begining like...

if you get me

its the next step up, but not the next flight up...

hope that helps

22-01-2011, 15:02:36

HOSS
I held back buying a new monitor for my PC because I was never satisfied with the picture on LCD monitors.

However 4 months ago I made the plunge and finally changed my 19” CRT to a 24” LED monitor. Definitely the right choice, looks fantastic and the picture/colours are so much better than any LCD monitors I’ve used before.

I have a LG W2486L monitor and it looks brilliant whatever I throw at it.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/174180

22-01-2011, 15:46:09

aliG


I held back buying a new monitor for my PC because I was never satisfied with the picture on LCD monitors.

However 4 months ago I made the plunge and finally changed my 19” CRT to a 24” LED monitor. Definitely the right choice, looks fantastic and the picture/colours are so much better than any LCD monitors I’ve used before.

I have a LG W2486L monitor and it looks brilliant whatever I throw at it.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/174180




Hey i have the same monitor but i have blue tinted dots in some colors, do you have them as well?

22-01-2011, 17:06:18

PCMoDKiiD
I have a LED monitor, I have the Benq G2420HDBL LED Monitor and it is great, massive contrast ratio of 5000000:1 and a fairly good 5ms response time.
The best thing about the monitor is the contrast ratio, most LED monitors have a great contrast ratio, so if you are looking for good contrast and picture quality
LED is the way to go :)

24-01-2011, 08:54:27

HOSS


Hey i have the same monitor but i have blue tinted dots in some colors, do you have them as well?




No I don't get that problem. Have you tried using a different cable or input? Or even plugging something different into the monitor like a Blu-ray player, Xbox or PS3?

25-01-2011, 01:32:08

aliG


No I don't get that problem. Have you tried using a different cable or input? Or even plugging something different into the monitor like a Blu-ray player, Xbox or PS3?




none of them m8 i`ve tried only laptop nd pc + all possible cables dsub, dvi-d, hdmi, i will try ps3 someday, but i think there is a hardware problem into monitor.

27-01-2011, 07:17:27

Dybdal
I just brought a 22" BenQ GL2240 LED monitor, and it looks great, and gives a stunning picture in movies and games. And it is cheap too! :D

29-01-2011, 05:13:07

|Classified
I tested an LG E2290V Super LED monitor a week ago.
It was really good: Deep and vibrant colours, accurate grey and blacks.
Okay, colours aren't as good as In-Plane Switching (IPS) panels, but they come close. LED is also much thinner (this E2290v for certain (7.2mm), but it's really expensive (300EUR) and more environmentally friendly. Downsides are slower response times than CCFL backlit LCD monitors (in general), TN-panels--> horrible viewing angles. But overall, I think you can't do much wrong purchasing an LED monitor.
Btw, IPS LED monitors will be launched soon if I'm correct, but I fear they'll be incredibly expensive :\.
And I totally agree with Ionicle, LED is cool,sometimes better, a step up from CCFL, but not a completely new era.

04-02-2011, 10:58:40

Trigrammatron
Recently bought a 22" LED monitor from Samsung. My pops was quite impressed, even scolded me for not getting a bigger monitor.

04-02-2011, 12:40:01

Eddyb
I would say the battle of LED vs LCD depends on the individual monitor, I've seen fantastic LED and LCD monitors, remember your paying more in generally for LED as its a more recent technology but that doesn't necessarily make it better!

Also depends on your budget, for me you can get some decent and reliable LCD monitors out there that are just as good as LED backlit ones in every way. two of the best monitors on both sides i've seen are the:

22" LG2240s LED Monitor.... £125.68 Amazon.co.uk
and
22" Samsung 2230h LCD Monitor.... £135.40 Amazon.co.uk

I first saw these at Pc-world(December 2010) next to each other and was amazed at how alike they were... in the end i bought the samsung from amazon, why? because it has full connectivity including VGA, DVI and HDMI and it just looked slightly better overall.

i may have gone of message here but there you go :rolleyes:
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