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Tuesday, 14 August 2007 08:38

Catalyst 7.8 is out

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Overclocking for 2600 / 2400 is there


ATI has just released its latest incarnation of Catalyst drivers.

The new drivers promise better overall performance for the HD series and improved Overdrive for HD2400 and HD2600. Linux users also have something to look forward to, native 64bit support is here, as well as TV Out support in the Catalyst Control.

According to ATI, the drivers should improve Lost Planet DX10 performance od HD 2900 XT products by some 11%, 3DMarks should improve by 6% on the 2600 and 2400 series, and Serious Sam 2 with HDR improves by as much as 14.5% on all HD 2x00 series cards.

Several issues have been resolved too, especially video related stuff, such as misidentifying primary and secondary displays (thank God).

Grab the fresh new drivers while they're still warm, on DAAMIT's website, where else ? 

Last modified on Tuesday, 14 August 2007 09:28
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