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ATI Catalyst Linux 9.9 driver<br />
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The NVIDIA GeForce 8600M graphics penorssicg unit (GPU) allows you to play the hottest new games, enjoy home-theater quality video, and enjoy the ultimate Microsoft Windows Vista experience. Good card and you can get it for around 100 dollars if you shop around. It should allow you to play those games. If you had a bit more money I would go with a card with 512mb instead of the 256mb such as GeForce 9600GT which can be bought for $121 to $256
Release date: September 9th, 2009
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== New Features ==
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This release of ATI CatalystTM Linux introduces support for the following new operating
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system:
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*OpenSUSE 11.1 production support
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*SLED and SLES 10 SP3 early look support
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== Resolved Issues ==
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*[RandR 1.2] Enabling a disabled GPU no longer causes desktop overlap (default monitor section not being used)
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*Catalyst Control Center: The refresh rate is now preserved after restarting X
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*[SuSE 11.0] With desktop effects enabled, system no longer fails when switching to another Virtual Terminal
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*Catalyst Control Center: The "Identify" icon now rotates when screen is rotated with RandR 1.2
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*The "Identify" icon no longer disappears after resolution change
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*"Force maximum performance clocks " status in Catalyst Control Center now functions properly when change is applied to a single adapter for specific ASICs
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*With CrossFire enabled, Catalyst Control Center no longer throws segmentation fault while selecting the secondary display
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*CrossFireX settings in Catalyst Control Center now reflect when CrossFire is enabled/disabled properly
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*[Ubuntu 9.04] Under specific system configurations, resume from S3 and S4 in extended desktop mode no longer causes the desktop to appear with no menu or icons
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*Hotplugging the second display no longer causes X to fail with the keyboard and mouse becoming inoperable
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*Bringing up the Catalyst Control Center display selector in the CrossFire Diagnostic aspect no longer causes X to fail on specific ASICs
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== Known Issues ==
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*Some CAL SDK samples throws an error message while executing on the second ASIC
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/ati-driver-installer-9-9-x86.x86_64.run Installer]
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* [http://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/catalyst_99_linux.pdf Release notes]
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* [http://www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/linux_cat99-inst.pdf Installer instructions]
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* [http://ati.amd.com/products/catalyst/linux.html ATI Proprietary Linux Driver FAQ]
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[[Category:Releases]]
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Revision as of 15:07, 10 December 2012

The NVIDIA GeForce 8600M graphics penorssicg unit (GPU) allows you to play the hottest new games, enjoy home-theater quality video, and enjoy the ultimate Microsoft Windows Vista experience. Good card and you can get it for around 100 dollars if you shop around. It should allow you to play those games. If you had a bit more money I would go with a card with 512mb instead of the 256mb such as GeForce 9600GT which can be bought for $121 to $256