ATI of nVidia?
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Mon May 28 04:43:46 UTC 2007
Scott Lockwood wrote:
> Which, sadly, don't enable you to play many games, or use cool things
> like beryl in any kind of real time, or even dork around with things
> like Second Life.
It's not really the drivers that are deficient, but the cards themselves.
As much as I hate the way ATI and nVidia work, Intel
> doesn't seem to be interested in making a really good 'performance'
> chipset, at least not the ones built into most common laptops.
True. Hopefully ATI will release open source drivers as promised
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