Una nuova release per i driver ATI Omega
Dopo la presentazione dei driver Catalyst 5.10 ufficiali, avvenuta nei giorni scorsi, sono stati resi disponibili per il download i driver Omega per schede video ATI Radeon, giunti alla versione 2.6.75. Questa revision è pensata per l'utilizzo con i sistemi operativi Windows 2000 e Windows XP; è basata sulla versione 5.10a dei driver ATI Catalyst, release beta che incrementa le prestazioni con giochi Open GL con schede video della famiglia Radeon X1x00.
Il download è disponibile in locale dalla sezione software di Hardware Upgrade, al seguente indirizzo:
Di seguito le note fornite a corredo con i driver:
What's New in Omega Drivers?
[*] Based on the Catalyst 5.10a Beta drivers.
[+] Added support for x1800 cards.
[+] Enabled Adaptive AA by default for x1800 cards, disabled for the rest.
[+] Added 1280x800 resolution for both laptop and desktop cards.
[*] Reconstructed some tweaks to prevent any future compatibility issues.
[F] Fixed some minor resolution conflicts for laptops and integrated chipsets.
[F] Fixed a "Deja-Vu" problem in the installer related to Multires. =D
[+] Added the option to uninstall ATT, separate from the Omega uninstaller in the Start Menu.
Some of the settings for both D3D & OGL will not be synchronized between ATT and the normal ATI CP, you must only use one of them to make changes, the best option is to use ATT since the ATI CP does not support changes to AI and in order to use the advanced D3D/OGL features. Changes made in ATT will work on games and such but the changes will not be reflected in the normal ATI CP since ATI stores the registry values that the CP reads separate from the actual values in the registry.
Note: Since these drivers include a non-standard version of ATT, I would recommend that if you have any previous version of ATT installed, please uninstall it before installing these drivers, not doing so may cause unknown problems.
What's new for ATI Tray Tools?
[+] Added option in atitray.ini to enable old I2C control method. Used prior 750 build.
[+] Added option in atitray.ini to turn on OLD BIOS detection procedure
[+] Added support for F75363/F75363SG sensors
[+] Added new option to configure quality of Adaptive AA. You can select from two modes. Performance and Quality.
[+] Added new option to enable "High Quality AF". Enabling this feature may impact performance. This feature is not supported by all ATI graphics cards. (it seems only R5xx series can handle this feature)
[+] Added experimental support for Digital Flat Panels and Mobile LCD Panels.
[F] Fixed error when ATT tries to read clocks and unable to start if clocks equal 0 even if overclocking was disabled.
[F] Fixed error in Game Profile creating procedure when the game name contains ampersand chars
[F] Fixed bug with wrong BIOS detection procedure
[*] Redesigned Direct3D and OpenGL configuration dialog boxes
[*] Updated TV/Display module. Added experimental support for old Radeon boards (less than 9500)
[*] Improved ATT shared memory update procedure