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Old June 15, 2009, 10:39 PM
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Knowing ATI's drivers, it will fix some things and break others. I was using a dual HD 4870X2 setup for some upcoming PSU reviews. 9.2 to 9.4 worked fine. 9.5 wouldn't allow itself to be installed. That may be fixed now but I am not willing to check.

Basically, I am done with ATI's drivers in our GPU reviews as well. We will update the ATI drivers in the reviews when Nvidia releases a new driver unless ATI makes some claims of performance increases in games we test. Simple as that. This whole mentality of releasing monthly driver updates which do nothing but fix problems created by the last driver release is getting really, really old now.
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