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FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS OF CATALYST 13.3 BETA:

  • Improves performance in Far Cry 3 up to 5 percent
  • Improve performance in Sim City 4 up to 16 percent
  • Improves latency performance issues seen in Tomb Raider and Hitman Absolution
  • Resolves slight corruption seen in Tomb Raider with TressFX enabled for CrossFire and single GPU configurations

Build Info:

12.10.17-130314a-154593E-ATI

DriverVer=03/14/2013, 12.100.17.0000

Catalyst: 13.3

CCC: 2013.0314.1701.28699

D3D: 9.14.10.0968

OGL: 6.14.10.12172

OCL: 10.0.1124.2

Download (Win Vista/7/8 x86/x64)

http://www2.ati.com/drivers/beta/amd_catalyst_13.3_beta2.exe

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SimCity 4 huh? The one released in 2003? Timely :D

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SimCity 4 huh? The one released in 2003? Timely :D

:laugh: Quicker than some of their fixes

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Well, don't know if it's been hotfixed since then but the CCC didn't install for me.

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Installed for me although I did get a Windows Installer crash part way through, didn't seem to cause any problems though

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:laugh: Quicker than some of their fixes

Their changelog page says it's the new simcity.

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Well, don't know if it's been hotfixed since then but the CCC didn't install for me.

On what OS? No problems here on Wind 7 64bit with 7950.

Installed without any issues. Found it a bit weird that these are dated older than the 13.2 beta 7 ones.

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On what OS? No problems here on Wind 7 64bit with 7950.

Installed without any issues. Found it a bit weird that these are dated older than the 13.2 beta 7 ones.

hint

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Installed fine here using Windows 8 x64 and a 7950. Upgraded from 13.2 beta 7. I just installed over them. Didn't uninstall old drivers first or use drivercleaner and such. Never really had problems doing it that way since forever.

But if you do have install problems, I guess you should do a clean install. Google "how to properly uninstall amd drivers". Also, don't use the standalone AMD Catalyst uninstall utility. It's not compatible with Win8.

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Really? I just used it fine.

And then the install worked fine, so there you go.

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Really? I just used it fine.

And then the install worked fine, so there you go.

Interesting... did you use this http://sites.amd.com...ll-utility.aspx ? It's known to corrupt some system files and mess up power options, safe mode, personalization options, etc. If you did and have no problems then you might have dodged a bullet.

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Interesting... did you use this http://sites.amd.com...ll-utility.aspx ? It's known to corrupt some system files and mess up power options, safe mode, personalization options, etc. If you did and have no problems then you might have dodged a bullet.

I just used the Catalyst Install Manager built into every driver install :p 'Express Uninstall All AMD Software'...I've never had any reason to use a separate cleaner

(And no, didn't realize you meant something else entirely earlier.)

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I just install over the top of the old driver, then check device manager to make sure the new driver is in use

I only remove the old one if I'm having problems with it / after the new install

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Strange, I always thought that unless you did uninstall old drivers you were bound to run into problems. D:

The new drivers seem to be working fine anyway, not noticed any large improvements on the games I play; probably because they're not mentioned in the changelog. :p

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Sweet, thanks :)

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Strange, I always thought that unless you did uninstall old drivers you were bound to run into problems. D:

The new drivers seem to be working fine anyway, not noticed any large improvements on the games I play; probably because they're not mentioned in the changelog. :p

I've almost never had to, but there are certainly times here and there.

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^^ I just post what I find, not my changelog ;)

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nice. thanks for the update mate :)

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