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ATI's typical release cycle is one month, give or take a few extra days. A release may include new features or only bug fixes. Support for a particular kernel version may or may not be included by the time a driver is released depending on when the release days occur.
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AMD releases updates "when it makes sense" instead of once a month.<ref>http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/graphics/display/20120601150615_AMD_Drops_Monthly_Driver_Update_Practice_After_Ten_Years.html</ref> A release may include new features or only bug fixes. Support for a particular kernel version may or may not be included by the time a driver is released depending on when the release days occur.
 
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To see a particular release, click on the link below.
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To see a particular release, click on a Catalyst version below.
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Latest revision as of 07:53, 23 September 2013

AMD releases updates "when it makes sense" instead of once a month.[1] A release may include new features or only bug fixes. Support for a particular kernel version may or may not be included by the time a driver is released depending on when the release days occur.

To see a particular release, click on a Catalyst version below.

  1. http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/graphics/display/20120601150615_AMD_Drops_Monthly_Driver_Update_Practice_After_Ten_Years.html