UVD clocks will now return to normal speeds after switching from HD to SD content
Flickering no longer visible while running 3D games on HDMI displays with Quad CrossFire enabled
Mesh corruption is no longer visible in "The Chronicles of Riddick 2: Assault on Dark Athena" when SSAO in-game setting is set to high
CrossFire now functions properly and in-game Anti-Aliasing can now be enabled in "StarCraft II"
Adobe Flash Player will no longer display green screen after resume from sleep
Negative CrossFire scaling on "Final Fantasy-XIV" no longer occurs
Intermittent perfomance drops no longer observed with harware cursor enabled in"World of Warcraft" game in extended mode
Highlights of the Linux ATI Catalyst 10.9 release include:
Support for new Linux operating systems
This release of ATI Catalyst Linux introduces support for the following new operating systems:
RHEL 6 support (early look)
For more information on ATI Catalyst 10.9 (for Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Linux versions), including all of the resolved issues in this release, please see the ATI Catalyst 10.9 release notes.
Please note that due unforseen circumstances ATI Catalyst Mobility is not supported in ATI Catalyst 10.9. We hope to have support for ATI Catalyst Mobilty available for next months ATI Catalyst release.