"Since the introduction of AMD's new Linux OpenGL driver and
their open-source strategy running in parallel, the past few months
have been especially exciting for ATI Linux users and the Linux
graphics scene in general. To many Linux users, ATI graphics have
went from being a name synonymous with problems and poor 3D
performance to being an open-source crown jewel that has set a
precedence in the industry by releasing their GPU register
documentation, but at the same time continuing to develop their
high-performance proprietary driver for users interested in the
best performance and enabling all of the bells and whistles on
their graphics card..."
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