ATi have released their latest Catalyst range of drivers for the Integrated products and the Radeon family of graphics cards. Catalyst 4.7, numbered 7 according to their monthly numbering pattern as seen from the past drivers, contains improvements and fixes including their hyped and the efficient Temporal Anti-Aliasing, but a member in our forums mentioned that Thief 3's shadow bug still may have not been fixed. Here's whats new in this month's release: New Features: This release introduces a new feature called Temporal Anti-Aliasing. OpenGL and Direct 3D applications will benefit from this feature when custom settings for Anti-Aliasing are used, and Temporal Anti-Aliasing is enabled. The feature provides higher Anti-Aliasing quality when an application frame rate is 60 frames per second or higher. This feature will be located within the ATI 3D tab and will be supported under both Windows XP and Windows 2000. Performance Improvements: * Further improvements in our Vertex Shader handling bring performance improvements to applications that use stencil shadow volumes. For example, the Battle of Proxycon and Troll's Lair tests gain 10-30% on RADEON™ X800 PRO. * Call of Duty framerates improve 5-10% when anti-aliasing is enabled on RADEON™ X800-series products. * Aquamark performance is up slightly (2-3%) on RADEON™ X800-series products. View Release Notes: http://www2.ati.com/drivers/Catalyst_47_Release_Notes.html#173608 Download: http://www.ati.com Go fetch!!!