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 Jan 19, 2005 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Tweaktown tests Catalyst 5.1

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Tweaktown have run an analysis of the newest ATi Catalyst Drivers:

ATI haven?t seemed to do all that much with their latest Catalyst drivers but as you would expect they have fixed a few problems that have been happening and given a slight increase in performance across some programs as well as some new drivers and fixes for those using the Linux platform. With this said though they haven?t claimed to increase performance by a massive amount this time around.

While the latest drivers aren?t a huge increase in performance they do help with Half Life 2 quite a bit but with this said the performance we have seen from the 4.12s was plenty and well and truly give us a playable frame rate.
Hey, I'm not one to knock maintenance updates: their updates page shows plenty of work.

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