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Friday, April 08, 2005
ATI released Catalyst 5.4


ATI's Catalyst 5.4 drivers have been released. Download them here.

This download includes the Display Driver, Control Panel, CATALYST Control Center, and WDM Capture driver. This driver is also the first Catalyst driver certified for Windows XP x64 and will bring some "performance gains" compared to the 64-bit beta drivers, according to ATI. The company said that also the Linux version of Catalyst integrates and number of fixes. Additional changes include:

- 3DMark2001: A black screen is no longer displayed when launching 3DMark2001 after launching Aquamark3 when the CATALYST CONTROL CENTER is installed
- Pacific Fighters: Playing the game after playing any track for a short period of time and having the landscape detail set to perfect no longer results in the clouds becoming blocking when flying
- Sail Simulator 4: Attempting to play the game under Windows XP with an ATI RADEON 9800 XT installed no longer results in the operating system failing to respond and rebooting
- SolidWorks 2004: Display corruption is no longer noticed when setting the AA to 6X and AF to 16X
- Splinter Cell Chaos Theory: Depth buffer corruption noticed on the ATI RADEON X800 PRO is now resolved
- Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic: Loading the Dantooine level of the game under Windows XP no longer results in slow game performance


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