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 Sep 02, 2004 - 10:54 AM - by Michael
* ATi Releases New Control Panel

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ATi's released the new "Catalyst Control Center", an major upgrade to messing with ATi's driver options.
ATI?s all-new CATALYST? Control Center goes far beyond traditional driver configuration software?it?s a feature-rich and stable 3D acceleration control application that puts you in complete command of your ATI visual processing unit (VPU). CATALYST? Control Center offers exceptional graphics performance and visual quality for the ultimate in performance, stability, and innovation. Safe GPU overclocking, custom profiles, and assignable hotkeys are just a few of the many new features. You?ll also enjoy frequent updates, reliable customer service, and an interactive user feedback program, all backed by ATI?s technical confidence, industry-leading capability, and uncompromising commitment to creating your ultimate visual experience.
It only works with the 4.8 or later Catalyst drivers, but that should be no problem - if you haven't updated your drivers recently, now would be an excellent time to do so. More on the new control panel when I have the chance to play with it.
 

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