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AMD Releases 11.10 Drivers With Official 5x1 Support

AMD today released the final version of its Catalyst/Vision 11.10 drivers. Gamers who have been playing Battlefield 3 or Rage with Radeon HD graphics cards may be running a preview driver variant of 11.10, but if you have preview 2 or earlier, you'll want to update to the final version.

Besides being essential for running Battlefield 3 and Rage at their best, the new 11.10 software finally brings in official support for the Eyefinity 5x1 configuration. What's so great about this? A handful of screens, but no bezel right in the middle. Check out some of the videos below:

Other changes include:

Resolved Issues for the Windows 7 Operating System
This section provides information on resolved known issues in this release of the AMD Catalyst™ 11.10 software suite for Windows 7. These include:

  • Some OpenGL games like Enemy Territory Quake Wars no longer experiences random corruption.
  • Lost Planet 2 no longer experiences random crashes when running the benchmark.
  • F1 2010 and Dirt 2 no longer experience random flashing during the game.
  • Google Earth no longer displays random corruption when running in OpenGL mode.
  • Mafia II no longer experiences a random crash during game loading / game play when Crossfire is enabled.
  • Unigine Heaven running in DirectX 11 mode no longer experiences a performance drop when running with Dual Graphics enabled.
  • Homefront no longer experiences random game crashes.
  • Random flashing is no longer experienced when playing back SD/BD content on a 120Hz monitor.
  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.
  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.
     

Resolved Issues for the Windows Vista  Operating System
This section provides information on resolved known issues in this release of the AMD Catalyst™ 11.10 software suite for Windows Vista. These include:

  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.
  • Scaling options are now correctly displayed when connecting DisplayPort / DFP monitors.
  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.
     

Resolved Issues for the Windows XP Operating System 
This section provides information on resolved known issues in this release of the AMD Catalyst™ 11.10 software suite for Windows XP. These include:

  • An application crash is no longer randomly observed while playing M2V/Mpeg2/Mpeg4 files and toggling the Hardware Acceleration setting.
  • Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.
     

Check out the release notes for the full details.

  • kelfox
    And Rage still doesn't work right.
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  • Hellbound
    Nice to add the option. But that's a hell of allot of bezels...
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  • lags lol
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  • xAlex79
    Who cares, the two people in the world that use that are happy i'm sure.

    Call me when they fix Crossfire and 3D and enable Portrait/Landscape/Portrait for 3 screen eyefinity. Two feature A LOT more people use and yet are completely ignored by AMD.
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  • N.Broekhuijsen
    Seeing if this will fix BF3 eyefinity issues... Here goes nothing
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  • digiex
    Display corruption is no longer experienced on the primary display when running in extended display mode with AERO enabled.

    AERO on XP? How to?...
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  • zer0net
    Which card has 5 outputs??
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  • zer0netWhich card has 5 outputs??The Radeon 6990 does; 4 of them are Displayport though.
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  • PreferLinux
    zer0netWhich card has 5 outputs??Several actually support 6 monitors...
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  • HMRkingpin
    that guy isn't very good a Dirt hahahahahaha
    Reply