We’ll be testing the Radeon X600 XT with the latest installment of the Catalyst driver suite, version 4.7.
With version 4.7 of the Catalyst driver, a new feature that was launched with the R420 has made its way into the Radeon X600 XT, and that is Temporal Anti-Aliasing. Temporal Anti-Aliasing is essentially turning on AA when your graphics card can handle it, and turning it off when you get into graphics intensive scenes. It’s designed to give you the best image quality possible without sacrificing frame rates, a great feature that ATI has finally added into their drivers.
The Radeon X600 XT supports the standard dual-monitor output through its DVI port, optional DVI-VGA adapter, and S-Video port.