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  • Ole-Martin Broz
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    i feel the aiglx performance is the most crucial, overclocking option and more settings in CCC is important aswell, a nvidia card in linux cant compare i guess, my bro doesnt got that good performance in linux with his 8800 GTS 640 mb

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  • Uchikoma
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    ...of course you are...so while we wait:

    - the chances of 8.43 being released on Oct 31st? Zero.
    - the chances of 8.43 being released before Oct 31st? Zero.

    - the chances of 8.43 being released on or after November 1st, increasing over time.

    xD

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    I think there was another 8.43 thread that covered this already, but it basically boils down to the following (roughly in order):

    - stability
    - performance improvements
    - video overlay Xv, dualhead, video overlay GL in working order.
    - support for the latest kernel, 64 bit support, fireGL support, xorg 1.4 stability
    - compiz performance improvements

    GL performance is already much better. Perhaps fix some of the artifacts that give the impression that the driver is 'cheating'.

    So now we wait.

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  • greg
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    It'll take a while for sure. I'd like to know, however, what changes are planned for 8.43. What I'd like of course would be AIGLX improvements (performance, Xv).

    Maybe ATI should focus on fixing all the bugs and regressions, now that OpenGL is working at decent performance.

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  • rbmorse
    started a topic Ok, it's November. Where's 8.43?

    Ok, it's November. Where's 8.43?

    Well? I'm waiting.
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