Posted on Tuesday, Nov 18 2014 @ 16:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AMD has uploaded the Catalyst 14.11.2 Beta drivers, you can get them over here
. This is the recommended driver release for Dragon Age: Inquisition and Far Cry 4.
Here's the full changelog for this release:
Dragon Age: Inquisition performance optimizations
- Up to 5% performance increase over Catalyst™ 14.11.1 beta in single GPU scenarios with Anti-Aliasing enabled.
- Optimized AMD CrossFire™ profile
Far Cry 4 performance optimizations
- Up to 50% performance increase over Catalyst™ 14.11.1 beta in single GPU scenarios with Anti-Aliasing enabled.
The AMD CrossFire™ profile for Far Cry 4 is currently disabled in this driver while AMD works with Ubisoft to investigate an issue where AMD CrossFire™ configurations are not performing as intended. An update is expected on this issue in the near future through an updated game patch or an AMD driver posting.
: Small chance of intermittent screen tearing or corruption in Call of Duty®: Advanced Warfare on high settings 4K resolution in AMD CrossFire™ mode.
: World of Warcraft can sometimes exhibit corruption when using CMAA in AMD CrossFire™ configurations.
: Minecraft sometimes produces corruption when changing video settings in windowed mode.
: XDMA Quad CrossFire™ configurations in portrait Eyefinity modes sometimes display tearing or stuttering.
: System can sometimes hang when upgrading to Catalyst™ 14.11.2 from Catalyst™14.7 in AMD CrossFire™ configurations. As a workaround please completely uninstall previous Catalyst™ software versions before installing Catalyst™14.11.2 beta.
: Slight performance drops in FIFA 2015 on AMD CrossFire™ configurations.
: Occasional flickering sometimes observed while playing FIFA 2015 in AMD Dual Graphics configurations.
: Slight Battlefield 4 performance drop on AMD Radeon™ R9 290X in AMD CrossFire™ configuration.
: AMD Radeon™ R9 285 intermittently hangs in Hitman Absolution on new game start.
: AMD Radeon™ R9 285 can sometimes exhibit flickering in Assassins Creed Unity.
: Assassins Creed Unity can sometimes experience frame stutter on some AMD CrossFire™ configurations.
: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare intermittent black screen when loading game in Quad AMD Crossfire™ configurations.
: Civilization: Beyond Earth mantle users in AMD CrossFire™ configurations may sometimes experience an issue where they cannot change their game resolution. As a work around please use "Enable MGPU=1" in the games configuration .ini file.
AMD is currently working with BioWare to resolve the following issues:
Flickering is sometimes observed in Dragon Age: Inquisition on a limited number of surfaces in AMD CrossFire™ configurations.
AMD is currently working with Ubisoft to resolve the following issues:
Uneven hair corruption sometimes observed in Assassins Creed Unity when applying "ultra" game settings.
Flickering occasionally observed between windows on walls in Assassins Creed Unity.
Windows/Doors intermittently flash with black textures in Assassins Creed Unity.
Assassins Creed Unity occasionally exits to desktop when "ultra" game settings are applied.