AMD has invited lots of members of the press to an event in Hawaii where it will not only reveal the new "Hawaii" GPU but is also expected to showcase driver improvements. Bit Tech reports the firm hinted that it will show off enhancements made to CrossFire, Eyefinity and Linux driver support.
Firstly AMD is set to tackle its support for Crossfire and Eyefinity, with the aim presumably being to improve frame pacing for more consistent frame rates and an end to stuttering.
Also hinted at was improved Linux support, an area where AMD has traditionally fallen behind its key rival Nvidia. This announcement is particularly intriguing given Valve's announcement yesterday of its Linux-based SteamOS - could an AMD powered Steam box be in the works?