A few things have changed since then. Mainly, ATI released its RADEON 9800 XT and NVIDIA unveiled the GeForce FX 5950, both cards fundamentally faster versions of their predecessors. Further, ATI put the wraps on what its own driver team calls the “most innovative and significant CATALYST release ever," CATALYST 3.8. NVIDIA followed suit by receiving Microsoft WHQL certification on the long-anticipated Detonator 52.16 driver. Clearly, more than a few variables have changed since the last time we looked past quantifiable performance and into the world of image quality.
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