ATI Catalyst 10.8

AMD released version 10.8 of their ATI video card driver package.

What's new:

  • OpenGL ES 2.0 support
  • Video Quality default options
  • Performance enhancement for Eyefinity Quad ATI CrossFireX™ configurations
  • Anti-Aliasing support for StarCraft II

Resolved Issues for the Windows 7 Operating System:

  • Desktop line corruption no longer observed after powering off the DP display and then turning it on while viewing Blu-ray content
  • "Borderlands" no longer fails after a duration of gameplay
  • Opening numerous windows in Adobe Photoshop CS5 no longer causes application to fail
  • Re-sizing Windows Media Player while viewing 720/1080 WMV video content no longer causes the screen to turn black
  • "ARMA 2: Operation Arrowhead" game now works in CrossFire™ mode
  • Shifting mouse cursor between displays no longer causes intermittent cursor corruption or system lock up

 View: Release notes
 Download: ATI Catalyst 10.8 driver

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DrCheese said,
Thank you!
AA support just added for Starcraft 2? I didn't even notice it was missing o.O

probably because at high resolutions it's less obvious?

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but anyways more on topic... i updated yesterday for my Radeon HD 5670 512MB card. first time i got a ATI card and so far i am impressed because that card packs a lot of punch for being powered solely by the motherboard. (it's basically just shy of a Geforce 9800GT) ... ultimately got that card so i could play Mafia II as my old Geforce 7900GT was basically a slide show on that game.

DrCheese said,
Thank you!
AA support just added for Starcraft 2? I didn't even notice it was missing o.O

I didn't even notice that it was missing also. Going to turn it on and see what happens after I get the update in.

DrCheese said,
Thank you!
AA support just added for Starcraft 2? I didn't even notice it was missing o.O

Well, it came out as a hotfix for 10.7 last month.