AMD Catalyst 15.x Win Mod (15.200.1023 April 28) with VSR unlocked These are the Win 10 drivers modded to support Windows versions from Vista to 10 and unlock VSR (thanks asder00 ). Driver Packaging Version = 15.20.1023-150428a-180730E-ATI 2D Driver Version = 8.01.01.1487 Direct3D Version = 9.14.10.01117 OpenGL Version = 188.8.131.5281 Mantle Driver Version = 9.1.10.0073 Mantle API Version = 98307 AMD Catalyst Control Center Version = 2015.0428.1423.24041 Download: https://mega.co.nz/#!a0NiFIZJ!gGbra9yw674yfvHVPX28qPDiwaCYFawNSNVFuAg26cQ SHA3-224: 0c4cfd2c4c6e74eda9faff009b67a951ae613030d7e93ed35ec58ce9 It's working well with VSR and 7950's crossfire. Install steps: 1. Clean previous drivers with DDU 2. On Windows 8+, Admin command prompt: bcdedit /set onetimeadvancedoptions on; On Windows 7 and earlier, press F8 at boot to get the same menu (at the next step), before windows starts loading. 3. Reboot and at the boot menu choose Disable driver signature enforcement, which is option 7) on Win8+ 4. Install driver through Device Manager (CCC is also automatically installed), see steps below, these must be followed precisely as specified. 5. Done! VSR can be enabled under My Digital Flat Panels > Properties -- Detailed step 4: Installing the driver through Device Manager -- 1) Right-click Microsoft Basic Adapter -> Update Driver Software... 2) Browse my computer for driver software 3) Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer 4) Have Disk... 5) Browse... and select the .INF on the correct folder 6) Your GPU model should be correctly selected, press Next and proceed to the install. -- Bugs-- This driver (1018.1 did it as well) tries to reinstall CCC on every windows boot, by running "C:\AMD\WU-CCC2\ccc2_install\LaunchWLApp.bat (a quick command prompt window shows up and quickly disappears). A simple fix for this is to rename or delete that file. You shouldn't delete the ccc2_install folder, as it is required to uninstall the "AMD Catalyst Control Center" entry under Programs and Features. -- Uninstall -- This driver also adds an "AMD Catalyst Control Center" entry under Programs and Features. Right-click the bottom left corner of the screen (the start menu corner) -> Programs and Features -> Select AMD Catalyst Control Center -> Uninstall. Alternatively, run: "C:\AMD\WU-CCC2\ccc2_install\WULaunchApp.exe" -uninstall Feedback is welcomed!