AMD releases their own Crysis 3 beta drivers, get them here

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By on January 30, 2013 at 6:17 pm

Not to be outdone by NVIDIA’s offering, rivals AMD have announced the release of their own beta drivers, improving performance for Crysis 3 players.

The new 13.2 beta drivers offer 15% improvements to MSAA in Crysis 3, as well as significant improvements in Skyrim, Borderlands 2, Guild Wars 2, DmC Devil May Cry and Crysis 2. It also resolves texture-flickering in some DirectX 9.0c applications.

You can download the drivers right here from our file library. Enjoy!

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GeneralHerpes.

Cool, I run everything on low to pull that sweet 120 FPS avg anyway, so no biggy to me. :P

 
TheOriginalDaniel

Usually it’s better to use external AA such as the Inject SMAA
Still looks great with a Much less performance hit, I use it on a majority of my games more so on games that don’t have any native AA such as Mass Effect 1 and GTA IV.

 
psychofruiterer

I can’t see how an external AA could be any faster than the same type of AA integrated into the drivers.
Worth a shot though i guess ;D

 
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