Terry Makedon, the main man behind AMD's ATI Catalyst drivers who goes by the nick "CatalystMaker" on Twitter, announced in a recent tweet that the "Official Catalyst 10.3 is now live."
AMD previously promised improved Eyefinity support in the new drivers, and Catalyst 10.3 delivers. According to the release notes, users can now create multiple ATI Eyefinity groups from multiple displays. Display Bezel Compensation is also bundled in, which includes an easy-to-use wizard to adjust the display layout to remove pixels hidden behind bezels.
On the performance front, AMD claims a number of improvements, including up to 4 percent better scores in 3DMark Vantage, 5 percent in Aliens vs. Predator, up to 8 percent in Battleforge, up to 6 percent in Call of Duty: World at War, up to 6 percent in Company of Heroes, up to 6 percent in both Crysis and Crysis Warhead, up to 10 percent in Devil May Cry 4, up to a whopping 30 percent in DiRT 2 (HD 5970 owners), and the list goes on.
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