AMD Catalyst 13.3 BETA 3 (12.100.17.0 March 18)

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Mar 19, 2013.

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  1. Espionage724

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    That URL given will change with future drivers I believe. It would be best to just link to: http://www.amd.com/betareport (it re-directs to the latest beta driver form report)
     
  2. Lowki

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  3. Faint

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    Cheers asder! This were the drivers I needed :D

    Bought new laptop few days ago but couldn't find decent drivers but 13.3 beta 3 fixed almost all of my problems
     
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    Hi, decided to register, but was using your resources for many years. My few cents:

    Macbook Pro 2011

    Screen Brightness doesn't work (doesn't matter if adaptive brightness is turned on or off, tried all possible combinations in power management settings) - to be clear, whatever change is made, shortcuts, or slider - doesn't matter, slider moves up and down, but screen brightness is still on the same level (I think somewhere near 50%).

    Win8 64-bit with latest Bootcamp (5.0) drivers.

    Previous drivers: 13.1 whql - it worked fine.

    Already reported to AMD.

    P.S. Try to be tolerant as English isn't my native language :)
     

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    On w8x64 I got the lid/bsod issue :/
     
  6. Extraordinary

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    Can anyone who is experiencing juttery stuttering video playback on HDMI TV when also using PC on DVI test this for me

    When I open CCC and navigate to the Video Quality settings tab, the stuttering is massively reduced, almost 100% gone

    Can someone else who is having the same problem, give it a try and see if it works too?

    Also why would this work? I've tried a few times now, and every time I close CCC, the stuttering returns to the HDMI video, soon as I open CCC and open the Video quality settings tab, its almost gone
     
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    amd please make sure you give tho your stuff something energetic to drinck beacouse all this drivers suck im starting to lost hope
     
  8. Espionage724

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    Care to go into a bit more detail as to what specifically sucks? And... I'm hoping you reported said issue on AMD's bug reporter, otherwise, don't expect it to be fixed.
     
  9. chaotic1

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    so whens beta 4 out ;)
     
  10. Espionage724

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    "when it's ready"
    "Soon™"

    Na but really, those are probably the best answers, unless you know someone at AMD working specifically in the driver department of course :cool:
     

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    Who will give you a cup of grammar and typing though?
     
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    Actually I get this alot when streaming HD youtube videos like game trailers and such, my internet is fast enough to keep up with the streaming and what should be smooth streaming often gets a bit jittery! Not sure if this is the same issue as yours thou!
     
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    Well i am not happy with this version. and removed it quickly.
    I experienced alot of BSOD and many game crashes
    returned to 13.1 driver but still not very happy about the current 13.x drivers sadly i run windows 8 so can not return to older drivers :(
    Weird enough the results with several 3dmark benchmarks are still well below average speeds from similar systems containing same hardware.
    this system should make a huge punch considering the hardware but i find it performing almost slower then my amd fx 8320 second computer.
    Despite several formats on the raid 0 ssd set and reinstalling several memory sets the system still kinda sluggish.

    The 13.xx beta's are very unstable this far and even though the overall performance is sometimes enormous its not very handy that the system crashes almost every 30 minutes
     
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    Yes i am as well but those are not related to the drivers of any video card
    This is a flashplayer long term problem which has not been solved yet
    I had a small succes once when i disabled hardware accelleration. you can do that by rightclicking a flashplayer movie and disble it under options.
    You will see a good deal less of crashing this adobe buggy player
     
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    Every 30 mins? I doubt its the driver fault.
     

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    I'd be more curious, when is the 13.4 WHQL that doesn't wreck havoc on notebooks that have switchable with the latest Intel drivers, out?
     
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    It's right around the corner, just wait another year ;)
     
  18. hulawafu77

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    Yeah will be here when Nvidia 880M are out and I ditched 7970M. These MMLoadDriver issues are retarded. Not only that, it causes my Logitech software to crash, so I can't even use all the features of my mouse if I use the ANY Intel drivers after 2932 with AMD drivers. And I know it's AMD's fault, as predictable, since Nvidia has no issue with them, again, not surprising.
     
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  19. HairyCube

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    Wow, you can actually install the Intel driver with your 7970M? Nice. On my Vostro with 6630M+Intel HD 3000, installing the Intel driver from the official website just breaks all CCC functionality altogether, and I'm unable to use switchable graphics. I've been using Leshcat drivers for a while now without (major) problems, but there are game-specific issues here and there that annoy the hell out of me. And these issues have been there for more than a year now.
    The lesson I learned from this? Avoid anything that has an AMD logo on it.
     
  20. Espionage724

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    Just what I love to see, the last 4 posts being relatively off-topic AMD hate on a driver thread; very contributing :p Sigh... :bang: I'm really hoping you guys aren't purely complaining about issues you've experienced with beta drivers, and I'm really hoping you took the time to report the issue where it really matters.

    As for something a bit more on-topic, I've tried AMD's 13.3 beta on Xubuntu 13.04 (yesterday's daily). Get all kinds of flashing and glitching with a certain game in Wine (I don't believe Ubuntu's raring daily had either problem though). Performance is nice with Team Fortress 2.

    Not sure if it was the Raring build I was using or the drivers though, but stuff would crash relatively often (file browser, chrome, flash player, etc). To be fair, not expecting any crashes with a beta graphics driver and OS is kind of silly though :p I'll give the combo another go in the near future (on Xubuntu 12.10 and fglrx 9.000, or 12.9)
     
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