AMD Catalyst™ 15.10 Beta Driver for Windows®

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    AMD Catalyst™ 15.10 Beta Driver for Windows®

     

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    Highlights of AMD Catalyst™ 15.10 Beta Windows Driver

     

    Performance Optimizations

    Ashes of the Singularity™ ‐ DirectX® 12 Quality and Performance optimizations

     

     

    Resolved Issues:

    Video playback of MPEG2 video fails with a playback error/error code message

    A TDR error or crash is experienced when running the Unreal Engine 4 DirectX® benchmark

    Star Wars™: Battlefront is able to use high performance graphics when launched on mobile devices with switchable

    graphics

    Intermittent playback issues with Cyberlink PowerDVD when connecting to a 3D display with an HDMI™ cable

    Ashes of the Singularity™ ‐ A 'Driver has stopped responding' error may be experienced in DirectX® 12 mode

    Driver installation may halt on some configurations

    A TDR error may be experienced while toggling between minimized and maximized mode while viewing 4K YouTube

     

     

    Known Issues:

    Ashes of the Singularity™ may crash on some AMD 300 series GPUS

    Core clock fluctuations may be experienced when FreeSync™ and FRTC are both enabled on some AMD CrossFire™

    systems

    Ashes of the Singularity™ may fail to launch on some GPU's with 2GB Video Memory. AMD continues to work with

    Stardock to resolve the issue. In the meantime, deleting the game config file helps resolve the issue

    The secondary display adapter is missing in the Device Manager and the AMD Catalyst™ Control Center after installing

    the driver on a Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 system

    Elite: Dangerous ‐ poor performance may be experienced in SuperCruise mode

    GTA V crashes on some AMD Radeon™ R9 390X GPU's

    A black screen may be encountered on bootup on Windows® 10 systems. The system will ultimately continue to the

    Windows login screen

     

     

    NOTE:

    We are aware that a small number of users are experiencing crashes with GTA V on some AMD Radeon™ R9 390X GPU's.

     

     

    AMD Issue Reporting Form

    This driver release incorporates suggestions received through the AMD Issue Reporting Form. To provide us with your feedback, visit the AMD Issue Reporting Form.