"It was a year ago that AMD had replaced its aging FireGL
Control Panel inside its Linux driver with the AMDCCCLE, or AMD
Catalyst Control Center Linux Edition. Since that time, this
Catalyst Control Center for Linux continues to mature with a few
new features being added here and there, and version 2.0 could in
fact be introduced in an upcoming release. At the same time, the
control panel utility that ships with NVIDIA's binary driver,
nvidia-settings, has stayed more or less the same for the past few
years with only a few minor revisions. How do these two Linux
control panels compare though when it comes to the features? For
this article we have put AMDCCCLE and nvidia-settings side-by-side
to compare and contrast both utilities..."
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