- Aug 25, 2001
LOL. You're so wrong it's not even funny.So when you have problems that virtually nobody else has, you somehow come to the conclusion that you can't possibly be at fault and ATI is at fault even though just about everybody else has no problems.
ATI does not have a history of having driver issues, it's a myth. There is a cult or Nvidia users who have never used ATI that perpetuate the myth. They also maintain the myth that Nvidia has fewer problems. Google search results for graphics card problems related to ATI and Nvidia come up with far more results for Nvidia.
ATI perpetually has driver issues. Did you read my thread about trying to get an AGP HD 2600 Pro installed onto a 939dual-VSTA board in Win7 64-bit? Nightmare!!!
The only way I could get their drivers to work, was to disable dual-core support in the BIOS. Some fix.
I'm a long-time ATI user, and I have to say, it does seem that NVidia has far less issues, on the whole.