Forget trawling through driver pages to find the latest software for your Radeon graphics card. AMD has teamed up with Valve to bring you drivers via Steam. Now you can keep up to date with the latest drivers and download them from inside the Steam platform, as easy as updating a game.
AMD promises the 25 Million plus users of Steam a much more transparent experience when it comes to driver information disclosure. Personally I think it’s a great idea. I don’t even use an optical drive anymore thanks to Steam. I’m just wondering why nobody thought of this sooner. Hopefully Nvidia will get on board and the GTX/GTS camp can benefit from a central driver location for everyone.
According to AMD’s blog post the first Catalyst drivers to arrive on Steam will be version 10.9 – although they don’t give a specific date.
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