AMD releases Catalyst 12.3 drivers
Ryan Martin / 7 years ago
AMD has released its latest set of Catalyst WHQL signed drivers, which take the version from 12.2 to 12.3. The 12.3 version comes with support for 28 nm Radeon HD 7900, HD 7800 and HD 7700 Series cards as well as support for older HD 6000, HD 5000, HD 4000, HD 3000 and HD 2000 models. Catalyst 12.3 brings the following fixes:
- AMD Catalyst Control Center startup issues/delays have been resolved
- Elder Scrolls: Skyrim : No longer displays flickering and texture corruption with Anti-Aliasing enabled
- Alan Wake : A system crash is no longer experienced when running the game in DirectX 9 mode with Crossfire enabled.
- Far Cry 2 : A random system hang is no longer experienced when running the game at high in game setting.
- Tom Clancy HAWX : No longer crashes after task switching with MLAA (Morphological Anti-Aliasing) and Anti-Aliasing enabled.
- Furmark Benchmark : No longer crashes when launched in High Performance mode.
- Quake 4 : No longer display corruption after task switching when run in High Performance mode
- XPlane : Textures no longer exhibit flicker and corruption.
- AMD Catalyst Control Center startup issues/ delays have been resolved
- Enemy Territory Quake Wars : no longer exhibits random corruption
However, there are still some remaining issues that AMD haven’t fixed such as:
- Vsync may be disabled after task switching when playing Rage
- Enemy Territory Quake Wars may crash when launched in High Performance mode
- Crysis 2 may hang randomly when run in DirectX 11 mode.
- The Catalyst Control Center may not display if launched while using WinDVD to play a BluRay disc.
- The system may hang when playing Dirt 3 at maximum in-game settings
- The system may hang when launching Crysis – Warhead at maximum in game settings
- Dragon Age 2 may display random graphics corruption.
Find and download your latest AMD drivers from here.