After 3dLabs stopped making their Wildcat boards, I tried ATI. They really sucked because of bad Catalyst drivers, especially OpenGL drivers. They released new bug fix drivers every month and just moved the bugs around.
Originally Posted by Cider
I switched to nVidia Quadro boards and have not had a single problem. Their drivers have been rock solid for me. I even have Quadro NVS chips in my notebooks.
Back then I had 22" Viewsonic VP2290b (3840x2400) displays to feed and there weren't many choices for video cards.
What is this possible.....
Well done lesterrob!
You are beginning to catch up, as this thread is only 15 months old :rolleyes:
Yes it is very possible, actually, it is a fact. Professional equipment performs and costs differently from that used by the general public.