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ATI Catalyst Radeon Display Driver 4.1 (Windows 98/ME)

ATI Overdrive maximizes the performance of the graphic accelerator by increasing the speed of the graphics processor. OS: Windows 98/Me. Category: Graphics Cards.

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More about this driver

ATI Overdrive maximizes the performance of the graphic accelerator by increasing the speed of the graphics processor. This is done by constantly monitoring the temperature of the graphics processor, so that the maximum clock speed can always be maintained.

The latest rendition of ATI Overdrive now provides the user with more information on the temperature and frequency of their graphics processor. This feature is supported under the Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows 98/98SE and Millennium operating systems, and is supported on the following ATI Radeon products:
  • ATI Radeon 9800 XT
  • ATI Radeon 9600 XT

OpenGL Shading Language Enhancement



This release improves support for the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL), a flexible, forward-looking, and hardware-independent high-level graphics programming language. The OpenGL Shading Language, defined as an open standard by the OpenGL Architecture Review Board, allows application developers to take advantage of the powerful programmable vertex and pixel processing units present in the 3D graphics system. This release includes changes to increase compliance with the final ratified GLSL specifications, adds support for projective texture sampling, and improves support for interactions between GLSL-based rendering and traditional fixed-function vertex and pixel processing. Developers who are interested in using the OpenGL Shading Language should visit our website https://www.ati.com/developer for more details and documentation. Learn more.

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