Tomshardware tests Linux ATI and nVdiai drivers. Results not what I expected for ATI.
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Tomshardware has completed a tests on the either the highest, or one of the highest end cards for both ATI and nVidia along with the latest drivers to see what Linux gaming is becoming. I was quite surprised at the state of ATI drivers and their performance. From what I understand, ATI is trying to get distrobutions to host ATI drivers in their own package manager to make installation easier, such as Ubuntu. Makes sense.