"Last week we exclusively shared the steps AMD was taking to
make an evolutionary leap in Linux support with same-day support
for their brand-new Radeon HD 4800 series, Linux drivers shipping
on the product CD, some manufacturers showcasing Tux on the product
packaging, and their proprietary Linux driver reaching a feature
parity with their Windows driver. We had also shared that the
Radeon HD 4850 works with open-source xf86-video-ati driver since
day one. Now that we have had time to complete testing of the
Radeon HD 4850, today we are sharing the first Linux results from
this brand-new ATI graphics processor. Before you think the Windows
and Linux performance is equal for the Radeon HD 4800 series, this
isn't the case, at least not yet..."
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