After releasing a public preview of its latest drivers last week, ATI has gone and announced a final version available now. Expect performance increases in some games, though the amount will vary. More importantly, ATI's plans for an open stereoscopic 3D standard get moving with these drivers, which adds support for third-party middleware vendors such as DDD and iZ3D to output stereoscopic images at 120 Hz.
Tech Report - Barely a week after the public preview release, AMD has put up a final, Microsoft-certified version of its Catalyst 10.3 drivers for Radeon graphics cards. As one would expect, today's release can be grabbed from AMD's Game website in Windows 7, Vista, and XP flavors for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.
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