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ATi Omega Drivers SUCK!


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Casheti

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NEVER, EVER, DOWNLOAD ATi OMEGA DRIVERS. (BTW I meant X1300 PRO)

Edited by Casheti, 04 May 2006 - 12:15 PM.

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If you arent going to post something constructive..., and its not anything wrong with the drivers or with x1300s its just your pc is screwy from all accounts.
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You wanna take this outside, huh? It was the omega drivers, as soon as I got rid of them, the problem stopped.

And also, how do refresh rates affect graphical quality and performance in games?
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Well im sure it might have been the omegas, but your PC seems like it has many minor annoyances like that, did you remember to wipe the catalysts from the system BEFORE installing the omegas, ive never heard of a problem with properly installed omegas really, they are just catalysts with some additions.

They dont its to do with the monitor, i wouldnt reccomend changing it on an LCD.
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The Omega Drivers are third party drivers and therefore strictly unofficial, nothing do with ATI and if somebody uses them and they don't work on their system, that's not ATI's problem. You will always have systems that don't like them and unfortunately if you have one of said systems, that's it.

Personally speaking, I find them a big improvement over the catalyst drivers.
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