Nothing too exciting, at all!
We hoped for the HD 2900 XT to get another speed bump but the bottom line is that these drivers were squeezed out at the very last minute of last month and it seems that it was probably more to bring the HD 2900 XT under the Catalyst suite while continuing to keep the reputation on monthly driver updates, which we have no doubt in our mind, is a hard task.
No doubt this month's release will also be running a little later and hopefully the driver team has managed to squeeze some more performance out of the HD 2900 XT to make it even more competitive.
If you have been waiting for the article to see if it is worth upgrading or not, we would probably say do not worry as there will be a new set within the next two weeks but head over to their website and check the release notes, as there might just be a bug fix for that game you are having troubles with.
Until later this month, Happy Gaming!
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