Catalyst 9.10 Now Avalable

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ATI Release new Catalyst 9.10 Drivers
Well it’s happened again, another month, another driver update from AMD/ATI.
As many of you may know, regularly updating your graphics drivers can improve the performance and stability of your card, while also fixing problems in games and videos. ATI have just released their latest Catalyst 9.10 drivers to the general public, the new drivers include bugfixes and improved features for all Windows versions, including:
• The flickering issue while playing back Blu-Ray DVD H.264/VC-1 content is no longer present
• The DTV (HDMI) Pixel Format settings will now be restored when a HDMI display is hotplugged back after a DVI display is hotplugged
• The "Force maximum performance clocks" option in Catalyst Control Center is now available for the second GPU when two R700 cards are connected.
• GPU acceleration for the Windows 7 Drag and Drop video converting application on Radeon 4000 and 5000 Series Cards.
• Super Sample Anti-Aliasing for the ATI Radeon HD 5800 Series
This last new feature should be great news for those of you lucky enough to own one of the new 5800 series cards. According to ATI, “Users can now experience the high level of anti-aliasing image quality using Super Sampling anti-aliasing while maintaining good performance levels.” Sounds good to me, this should just be a taste of things to come!
What are you waiting for? If you’re on the red team, get them here! You can discuss this further in ourforums.
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16-10-2009, 17:56:00

It's now rumoured than the 5900 series will feature two GPUs and won't carry the x2 naming.

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16-10-2009, 18:14:27

I Hunta x
i hope it will be top end cards to clash heads with the gt300 cards not just different namings of the x2 cards as i wana stick with the reds and still get top notch performance from a single card,

17-10-2009, 07:24:58

Thing with this dual mounted gpus, amd or nvidia, if they use xfire/sli tech to show their performance, I'd personally still want to stick with the 1 gpu card.

Although it's all crammed on 1 pcb, or face to face mounted, to take up 1 physical card, once the case is closed, u may as well have 2 cards in there (if u have the room ofc).

Presenting itself as 1 gpu to the OS, then I'd show interest in x2 tech tbh.

17-10-2009, 08:55:31

yes it is only any good if the games u r tryin to play support x-fire or sli!

17-10-2009, 10:10:38

Considering the 4870X2 is still rocking, and the 5870 beats that, why on earth would anyone want a 5870X2??

Running Crysis on 2 30" monitors with 8xAA maybe, but I doubt any CPU could provide enough for the graphics card to sweat.


17-10-2009, 12:44:47

I think people want that is either enthuasist or someone who have a lot of money. but beside ATI stratgey is kill gt 300 series by selling 5700 series (lower end)and 5800+5900 series (high end). so that when it comes out it won't affect them that much.

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