AMD's latest drivers get rid of in-game flickering in Titanfall when running a CrossFire configuration
It takes a little longer for AMD to release driver updates since deciding to abandon a monthly refresh cycle. As such, it's been a little more than four months since the last batch of WHQL-certified Catalyst drivers hit the web, and if you've been getting antsy, you'll be happy to know the wait is over. AMD's Catalyst 14.4 drivers have gone gold and are now available to download in 32-bit and 64-bit flavors for Windows and Linux.
Say goodbye to flickering in Titanfall when running CrossFire
AMD this week made available to download its Catalyst 14.4 driver in Release Candidate (RC) form. The release follows the launch of AMD's dual-GPU Radeon R9 295X2 graphics card, which the Catalyst 14.4 RC drivers support. It also boasts full support for OpenGL 4.4, Mantle beta driver improvements, CrossFire fixes and enhancements, and a spattering of bug fixes, including the resolution of game flickering in Titanfall when CrossFire is enabled.