In an Interview with ATI PR and Matthew Tippett.
I already have some OCZ DDR modules and really love them.
Stable and Fast, the way I like it.
In Linux you have an application that lets us do that, but for Windows I haven't seen one. It must be because of the Bad Power API Documentation.
ATI Drivers with support for the new X.Org will be out by this month end, maybe first two weeks of next month, just wait a bit.
I also use Mandrake and have an NForce 2 (Abit NFS2.0) and it works great. Since I have the Powerpack version it has the proprietary drivers...
I got the first one, guess I will have to buy this one too.
LOL, the last one really shows it all.... Half-Life XXX
Pitty it is still half the way to production stable.
It would be great to see NVidia doing the same.
No Powerplay on the control panel here also.
Still I use Linux most of the times, so it really would be good to see ATI deliver a Control Panel...
Seems that this driver is good and bad.
For what I've seen so far and from what I've heard at the rage3d foruns, this Driver seems to fixes...
I will only buy a ATI card again after they invest some time and effort in the Linux Driver.
ATI Linux Support SUCKS.
NVidia is the best in...
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