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Friday, February 10, 2006
ATI Releases Catalyst Update


ATI announced on Thursday it released the download of the second version of its Catalyst driver for 2006.

Catalyst 6.2 brings the usual list of bug fixes for games (BattleField 2, Half-Life 2, World of Warcraft) and applications (AutoCAD, Windows XP MCE, HDTV) and it is also the first driver update to support ATI's latest graphic chip, the Radeon X1900 and graphic cards carrying the X1900 XT, XTX and Crossfire version of graphics processor.

One of the main changes in the driver is a new wizard-based user interface for the Catalyst Control Center, which facilitates the configuration of common tasks.

Catalyst 6.2 is available for download in the Driver and Software section of ATI's website at ATI Catalyst 6.2

Users, who are beta testing Windows Vista, may also want to check out a new driver for the operating system. ATI also released its second version of the Catalyst beta driver that is optimized for Windows Vista Build 5270. The beta version is available at ATI Catalyst for Vista.


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