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Old 08-22-2006, 06:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best drivers to use for x1900xt?

I've heard many different opinions on which drivers are the best to use. I am looking to get the best possible results in 3dmark as well as in overall gaming. I am also looking to overclock with the best results. I am banking on the latest Omega drivers which have ATI tray tools installed. How do these compare with the standard ATI ones? I'm not looking to adjust voltages and plan to use the default cooling.

Does ATI tray force you to disable services to overclock or has it been fixed?

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try one of these:

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The Omega's are great with the ati cards I have owned (9250,9600xt,x800gto).
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