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ATI Linux 8.24.8 Drivers

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Published on 12 April 2006 01:00 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD
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Well well, isn't it time for ATI's monthly software period? Yes it is! This month ATI Linux developers have definitely not taken a break as today's 8.24.8 release does support the Radeon X1000 series. In addition to the desktop lineup, the mobile products are also supported from the X1k lineup. We have been privately sampling these drivers for almost a week now and have a wealth of Linux articles to come today, and in the coming days/weeks. With the 8.24.8 release now hitting the servers, we will have up our complete X1000 preview investigation with multiple PCI Express parts being used compared against the NVIDIA competition. Overall, we have been very pleased by ATI's Linux outlook thus far. The drivers can be downloaded from ATI.

ATI Linux 8.24.8 Drivers

RADEON X1800 (R520 7100), MOBILITY RADEON X1800 (M58 7101),
MOBILITY RADEON X1800 (M58 7102), RADEON X1800 XT (R520 7108),
RADEON X1800 PRO (R520 7109), RADEON X1800 SE (R520 710A),
RADEON X1800 (R520 710B), RADEON X1800 (R520 710C),
MOBILITY RADEON X1300 (M52 714B), MOBILITY RADEON X1300 (M52 714C),
RADEON X1300 XT (RV515 7140), RADEON X1300 PRO (RV515 7142),
MOBILITY RADEON X1400 (M54 7145), RADEON X1300 LE (RV515 7146),
MOBILITY RADEON X1300 (M52 7149), MOBILITY RADEON X1300 (M52 714A),
RADEON X1300 SE (RV515 714E), RADEON X1300 VE (RV515 715E),
RADEON X1900 (R580 7240), RADEON X1900 (R580 7243),
RADEON X1900 (R580 7244), RADEON X1900 (R580 7245),
RADEON X1900 (R580 7246), RADEON X1900 (R580 7247),
RADEON X1900 (R580 7248), RADEON X1900 (R580 7249),
RADEON X1900 (R580 724A), RADEON X1900 (R580 724B),
RADEON X1900 (R580 724C), RADEON X1900 (R580 724D),
RADEON X1900 (R580 724E), RADEON X1900 (R580 724F),
RADEON X1600 XT (RV530 71C0), RADEON X1600 PRO (RV530 71C2),
MOBILITY RADEON X1600 (M56 71C5), RADEON (RV530 LE 71C6),
RADEON (RV530 VE 71CE), RADEON (RV530 SE 71DE)


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Michael Larabel is the principal author of Phoronix.com and founded the web-site in 2004 with a focus on enriching the Linux hardware experience and being the largest web-site devoted to Linux hardware reviews, particularly for products relevant to Linux gamers and enthusiasts but also commonly reviewing servers/workstations and embedded Linux devices. Michael has written more than 10,000 articles covering the state of Linux hardware support, Linux performance, graphics hardware drivers, and other topics. Michael is also the lead developer of the Phoronix Test Suite, Phoromatic, and OpenBenchmarking.org automated testing software. He can be followed via and or contacted via .
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