New Recommended Drivers For ATI 5000 Series

"ATI has updated it's recommended driver for the ATI Radeon HD 5000 series of cards."

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HD 5000 Series Drivers
 
Radeon 5900 GPUATI have released a set of drivers for the 5870 and 5850, as well as the recently released 5770 and 5750. These are the first official drivers and should be the first of many to come. They are designed for use with Windows Vista and 7, both 32 and 64bit versions and can be downloaded direct from AMD here.
 
This set of drivers is also fully OpenCL compliant, a first for ATI. Even more interesting, however, is the INF files. Inside, two Radeon HD 5900 cards are mentioned, alongside two 5800 and three 5700 series cards. These could well be the dual GPU 'Hemlock' card or perhaps the '5890' that was rumoured a few weeks back, either way, it shows how new higher end cards are definitely on the cards. The three 5700 cards could refer to the 5770 and the 512MB and 1GB models of the 5750, or perhaps a 5730 if the 4 series is anything to go by.
 
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08-10-2009, 12:47:31

mastering3d
Hi there i did look at another post on this forum but seeing as it was old ,I would ask in another topic on this .

Ok i have the led working np on the switch and have that set as power light and hard drive active light .

But then i get stuck with the powering up and down ,
I set the wires to the mombo for power on and off but as soon as the pc boots it just powers down again ,with out touching the button .

Any ideas guys .

08-10-2009, 13:08:27

tinytomlogan
have you wired it up the the right pins on the switch? Have you tried another switch?

pretty sure you need pins 3+4 for push to make.

Sounds to me like you have wired it as push to break

08-10-2009, 15:35:04

mastering3d
Thanks for that yeah working great now :D
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