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14-07-05, 16:02
Win2k/XP mit Control Panel (http://www2.ati.com/drivers/5-7_xp-2k_dd_cp_wdm_24085.exe)
Win2k/XP mit Catalyst Control Center (http://www2.ati.com/drivers/5-7_xp-2k_dd_ccc_wdm_enu_24085.exe)

14-07-05, 18:56
vor allem 64mb und 128 mb boards sollen von diesem Treiber profitieren.Da lehnt sich ATI zwar weit aus dem Fenster, mit bis zu 200% gains http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/53.gif, aber mit meiner 256 mb gibts auch schon spürbare Verbesserung.Wieviel hab ich noch nicht getestet,scheint aber n´Versuch Wert zu sein, dieser Treiber http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/11.gif
Offenbar auch für die Weitsicht in FS 2004 gut, aber lest selbst:

Performance Improvements
Enhancements to our driver's internal memory management bring significant benefits to 64MB and 128MB framebuffer configurations in Catalyst™ 5.7.

The resulting performance gains are most apparent in high resolution, everything on modes, when running applications that use a significant amount of graphics memory. Examples include:

5-15% gains in 3DMark05 on some products
20-60% gain in Far Cry Regulator across multiple settings
25-60% gains in Half-Life 2 at 1600x1200 4xAA 8xAF
40-60% gains in UT2004 at 1600x1200 6xAA 16xAF
50-100% improvement in Comanche4 at 1600x1200 6xAA 16xAF
50-200% gains in certain ShaderMark tests at high resolution

Note: The exact magnitude of these performance benefits will vary depending on the product configuration, clock speeds and available system memory. All of the changes noted are specific to 64MB and 128MB framebuffer configurations. Performance of 256MB and 512MB boards is already very good at these settings.


Additionally, an improvement in our OpenGL driver brings a gain of approximately 10-15% to the Unigraphics test in SPECviewperf. This improvement is not framebuffer-specific.

Issues Resolved in Catalyst™ Software Suite 5.7
The following section provides a summary of the issues that have been resolved in the latest version of Catalyst™. These include:

Flight Sim 2004: Launching the application under Windows XP and enabling Anisotropic Filtering (AF) within the Catalyst™ Control Center no longer results in the AF functionality not being enabled within the game
Trackmania Sunrise: Playing the game under Windows XP no longer results in the operating system failing to respond when attempting to exit the game after leaving the PC idle for an extended period of time
Warcraft III: Playing the game under Windows XP no longer results in display corruption being noticed when rotating the display 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
Creating a custom hot-key for rotation currently no longer results in the custom hot-key to become unavailable for the secondary display device when extended desktop is enabled and the display devices are set to 1280x1024.
Changing the format from NTSC to any PAL format no longer results in the PAL format not working.
Changing the regional option found in the control panel to Japan followed by installing the display driver no longer results in the TV format failing to change in accordance with the regional option
Changes to the Overlay Display in Clone Mode option found in the Theater Mode settings of the Catalyst™ Control Center are now retained
The Scale to full screen option found in the Theater Mode Settings of the Catalyst™ Control Center is now working properly
Rotating the display by 180 degrees no longer results in all the text on the desktop failing to appear
Truncated text in the localized French version of the Catalyst™ Control Center is now resolved
The profile manager hotkey notification dialog box is now translated for all supported languages
ATI Color Controls can now be reactivated using a hotkey combination if the ATI Color Controls have changed by the color management tool of a third party application
The TV is now detected when both the SVIDEO and the Composite connectors are used
Windows Movie Maker 2.0: The Movie maker preview playback no longer displays a blank image when attempting to playback an mpeg file
Windows Movie Maker 2.0: Attempting to record a TV source for 6 hours or more, no longer results in audio corruption being heard after approximately 4 hours of recording
Subtitles are now displayed when playing a DVD under Windows XP Media Center Edition