Why would you even need third party drivers?
Because the official ATI drivers don't seem to work well with some of my games, such as Fallout 3. Plus I am hoping to cure the incessant crashing that I am experiencing.
Thank you, I will indeed give that a try.
Are you meaning actual drivers or maybe you just mean you want an alternative to the catalyst control centre?
If you want one then go for atitraytools, don't know why you would though.
I am meaning actual drivers, such as can be found at the OmegaDrivers.net site. Unfortunately, that site hasn't been updated since last year. Thanks for the tip.
I like atitraytools (ATT). I use it to downclock my X1900XT when not gaming, and I set it automatically overclock when a game is loaded. It's not a driver, but an alternative to CCC.
I also use it to set "Flip Queue Size" to 1 which helps with mouse delays in Fallout 3.
Thanks for the tip, I will give that a try.
By the way, since you are a Fallout 3 player, do you have any advice on getting rid of stubborn pixelation? My game had been running beautifully, graphically speaking, until I updated to the latest ATI drivers, and then it all went to visual hades. In the past, setting the resolution to 1024x768 fixed that issue, and if any further action was needed, movingsome sliders in CCC helped, but NOTHING helps now, and even downgrading back to the older drivers hasn't helped. Thanks again!