Version 13.4 of the AMD/ATI video card driver suite is now available. Version 13.4 adds support for a few new GPUs, improves performance in several popular games, and fixes a few issues.
Here are more details on some of the fixes and improvements in version 13.4:
- Adds support for AMD Radeon HD7790 & 7990 GPUs.
- Improves performance with several games when using HD 7000 series GPUs.
- Fixes issues a number of issues across supported Windows operating systems.
- Updates the AMD display driver to v12.104.
- Updates the Catalyst Control Center to v2013.0328.2217.38225.
You can see all the details on this new release, including the full list of fixes, plus a full list of compatible AMD/ATI GPUs, in the Catalyst 13.4 Release Notes.
Here are the links to download AMD Radeon graphics drivers v13.4 for Radeon (and Mobility Radeon) HD 7000, HD 6000, and HD 5000 series GPUs:
Radeon HD 4000, HD 3000, HD 2000, and HD AGP series drivers require a different set of drivers, tend to be released less often, and are usually focused on problem fixing instead of feature adding. Here are download links to v13.1, the latest release that supports those products:
Other downloads, like AMD chipset drivers, AMD OverDrive, beta downloads, and more, can be found here.
If you encounter problems after installing v13.4 and you're confident that it's a bug with the new driver, let AMD know by filling out their issue reporting form. If you're using one of their legacy products (HD 4000, 3000, 2000, or older), use this form instead.
Tip: Not sure if you should download the 32-bit or 64-bit driver? See Am I Running a 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows? for help. If you're not even sure what GPU you have, you can choose to download and install AMD Driver Autodetect which will identify your operating system and video card, and then provide you with the correct driver.
Important: Toshiba, Sony VAIO, and Panasonic notebooks with integrated AMD/ATI graphics are not supported by any driver from AMD. Please use the video drivers provided by your computer manufacturer in place of these drivers provided by AMD.
Tip: See my Windows 7 Drivers and Windows 8 Drivers pages for information about popular new drivers in those versions of Windows. I keep those resources regularly updated with releases not only from AMD, but also from other major hardware makers.
Note on Comments: The comments below are carried through updated blog posts when new Radeon drivers are released so some may apply to older versions of these drivers. I'll add a note at the end of each comment, reflecting the driver version it was left for.