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ATI released their newest set of Catalyst drivers, which brings the improvements listed below. You can read through the entire changelog (PDF) if you want more in-depth information. Also, be aware that there is a hotfix released for the HD2000 and HD3000 series, which you can download along with the drivers below.
- Crysis DirectX 10 performance gain up to 20%
- Crysis Warhead DirectX 10 performance gain up to 20%
- World in Conflict gains up to 5%
- There are also multiple bugs resolved, both in the CCC (Catalyst Control Center) and in various games like Call of Duty 4.
Download: ATI Catalyst 9.2 drivers
- Intel® Performance and Visibility
- Fun and gameplay
- Best Cutscene
The best maps in each category were announced today, and here are the winners: (You can click on a picture to enlarge it and see the names of the winners.)
Intel® Performance and Visibility
Fun and gameplay
The winners will all receive a Crysis-branded T-Shirt and Lanyard, not including all of the great prizes they earned for scoring in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd. Crymod will be hosting more contests like this in the future, and you can stay updated on them here at The Pxl Lab.
Crymod, the official modding website for Crysis, held a contest to see who could recreate a real life image in Crysis. The top 3 were chosen and announced yesterday, and I went ahead and grabbed the images for your viewing enjoyment. If you would kindly tilt your head slightly downwards…
(You can click on the images to make them larger without opening a new window.)
Congratulations to the winners, and if Crymod sponsors any more great contests, you’ll be sure to see the results here at The Pxl Lab.