Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by asder00, Apr 23, 2013.
i wouldnt hold you breath on that last one...
nope, it was posted tentatively by a beta tester. for all we know this 13.4 may well be the driver he was talking about, though i doubt it.
So... what do we do about CAP's? Install the 12.11 ones, or are they included in the driver?
Edit: It has a atiapfxx.blb file, which I believe means the CAP's is included?
Yeah it wasn't Thracks, Thracks refused to speculate on any future drivers.
The official word for the XF is still July 2013... I think the beta tester referred to some changes, but I doubt you'll see anything great until July... good grief it takes this driver team forever.
cool this new drivers, and i do not get the black screen when loading with 13.3 beta borderlands 2.
Ahh right, thanks guys
These drivers include a newer Pci Bus (amdkmpfd) driver (2/14; previous version had driver from 9/12 last year)
Will download now, even though 13.5 betas are out 2moz I dont care. I like new drivers. Even though this was compiled after 13.x driver does not mean that its older in general and may contain more fixes.
I no longer BSoD/TDR when recording GW2 with Evolve. Wonder if these drivers include the latency fix for GW2 (and other previously mentioned games, I think Skyrim and Borderlands 2) though. Guess we won't know till the notes appear...
These add back the 9 extra 4.3 open gl extensions that were taking out of beta 3. so OpenGL 4.3 10/18 Still missing OpenGL 4.3 Shader
Can't wait for mobility support.
I modify for support hd 5000m 6000m 7000m series
but win8 need to disable driver signature enforcement mode in advance startup
installed, works fine!
(Only Win 7/8 64 Bit)
I can wait a few hours and install the official or the 13.5 beta.
Anyone tested these drivers with a few games for comparison between 13.3 beta 3?
How come it's still not on the AMD website?
CCC doesn't work on my 6990, only the driver works. :bang:
This.I don't get it either...
May be its kind of pre beta test in narrow range to make sure their new driver won't cause massive videocards explosion or something like that.
But it's a WHQL driver?
what about caps?