AMD Crimson Replaces Catalyst

AMD Radeon Software just got a new makeover.  Replacing Catalyst, AMD introduces Radeon Software – Crimson Edition, a much more visually appealing interface to change graphics settings.

New tray icon logo.

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New interface looks sleek with important information organized into tiles.

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AMD Radeon Software Crimson Edition also displays specific features for your graphics card in tile form.  Previously, this information was listed in a table format.

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Display options are explained when you click “More”.

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Global Graphics settings also look more organized.

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The only difference is that you can only use Eyefinity with 3 or more displays using the Crimson interface.

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The Catalyst interface isn’t completely gone.  Under Preferences > Additional Settings, you can also adjust Eyefinity settings here for two displays.

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Once you setup your Eyefinity group, you can go back to Crimson, but not much is shown here.

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AMD Radeon Software replaces most of Catalyst is a lot more organized and visually appealing.

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