I have ASUS Radeon HD 4890 running BIOS with default clocks (850/975).
I was wondering if it is safe to flash BIOS with 900/1000 clocks...
Indeed, I'm also running 12.6 WHQL and had no need to upgrade.
I'm still using 12.6 WHQL with my HD4890. Stable and good performance even with latest games like BioShock Infinite.
This. I was expecting some official Catalyst driver update after 12.6, but so far nothing. I'm really looking forward some new driver still in...
Last driver supporting 4800 series is currently 8.97 (april 18 leak).
Do clock speeds (2D/3D) act normally?
I would also suggest latest, 11.7 in my case since they perform wonderfully (both in Direct3D and OpenGL) with Radeon 4890.
Indeed very good drivers since 11.1 for me. No crashes or slowdowns. Smooth and stable with Radeon HD 4890.
I found 11.1 to be most stable. Later versions did BSoD on random times for no good reason. Windows 7 64-bit and Radeon HD 4890 here. I haven't...
Has anyone tested those drivers with Radeon 48xx cards, how does it work?
Extra PC attention = mouse support?
Does this option enables multiple GPU-s or multiple CPU cores?
Microsoft Security Essentials - all you really need alongside with common sense.
None, I don't use CCC though, drivers only :p
For me Catalyst 10.10 is worthy upgrade from 10.3 (Radeon 4890)
Uninstalled 10.3, manually cleaned up registry and remaining folders, rebooted,...
If those 6770 specs are true, it's time to upgrade my 4890.
I'm still on 10.3, maybe 10.10 will be worthy upgrade.
I didn't just look out for socet, I also confirmed supported chipset and the fact that Dell itself sold those models with this CPU.
I'm running latest BIOS so it's out of question.
Yes, it should be supported, because even Dell offered my model with Pentium M 740 processor.