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Old 6 November 2009, 20:09   #1
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AMD has released a new build of their Catalyst software suite through their developer website. This particular software suite updates both the AMD Display Driver, and the Catalyst Control Center. This unified driver has been further enhanced to provide the highest level of power, performance, and reliability. The AMD Catalyst software suite is the ultimate in performance and stability. This driver came from the latest ATI Stream SDK and it includes OpenCL support.

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Old 6 November 2009, 20:23   #2
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hopefully 9.11 wont suck as bad as 9.10

I wonder what happened to the 5XXX cards, they've all been deactivated, you cant buy them anywhere, but no reasoning has been given
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hopefully 9.11 wont suck as bad as 9.10

I wonder what happened to the 5XXX cards, they've all been deactivated, you cant buy them anywhere, but no reasoning has been given
There are none to sell, where have you been?? Very big shortage of AMD´s 58xx series cards...
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Old 6 November 2009, 21:52   #4
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its not just a shortage, their deactivated
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I dont know where you buy youre hardware, or get youre info. But they are not deactivated here??
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Old 6 November 2009, 22:11   #6
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call up amd/ati, thats what they told me but gave no reason

My nearest guess is it has something to do with TSMC's problems putting out chips, and nvidia has probably paid them off to make fermi a priority, which means the chips are more expensive and amd doesnt find it cost effective to put these cards out right now
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Old 6 November 2009, 22:30   #7
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Deactivated? O_O wow..
Well,here in Israel,in our main hardware source called K.S.P,I still can see
HD 5750,HD 5770,HD 5870 by ASUS,GIGABYTE,Sapphire manufacturers ..
When that deactivation happend? I think I missed that..
And it could be that K.S.P still haven't updated their website...
P.s. Hows the performance with 9.11 beta? Worth installing or should we all wait for full release?
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Cost effective?? Now is the only time it is cost effective as they are selling these cards like butter, and they are the only ones with dx11 at the moment? So I think youre theory is wrong. But its strange that no other sites have this info?? Im not saying you are wrong, and I agree that if its correct, it propably is because of TSMC´s problems. But I doubt it has anything to do with nvidia, specially that ATI dont see it cost effective, thats just wrong. We´ll see, the word should get around if its true. But im still sceptical.
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It seems you can get them on newegg

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...05000%20series
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I just saw an ad in Fry's for the HD5770. Cost: $169.99 USD

Now, more to the point of this thread: How well do these drivers work?

AND, would using them on my HD4770 be worthwhile?
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