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ATI announces it's ready for Microsoft Windows Vista with latest Catalyst drivers

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  1. malware New Member

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    Coinciding with the release of Microsoft Windows Vista Release Candidate 1 (RC1), ATI announced that it is ready for the forthcoming public launch of Microsoft Corp.'s operating system, as demonstrated by new Catalyst drivers available now. ATI's latest drivers for Windows Vista improve on the leading stability and performance found in previous versions, and introduce new features such as ATI's Powerplay power management technology for improved battery life for mobile platforms.

    Download: Beta driver - Display Driver and Catalyst Control Center (75MB)

    Source: ATI
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    these came out a day or to ago and are worse than the beta 2 driver at least on my x850xtpe because i was using the beta2 drivers with no problems upgraded to these and any 3d app eventually blue screens
    i tried uninstalling reinstalling and all and got the same crash tested with bf2 and css
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    A new game called simdriver ? Luckily they missed the 1 GB barrier :slap:
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    yeah...well i guess they will not support crossfire then :/
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    Why do you say that?
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    well that driver does not support it, so if they are saying they are ready w/o implementation of crossfire, i can only conclude that they will not support it :p
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I can confirm no Crossfire support...

    And actually, this driver sucks for games, even when in compatibility mode.

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