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It was a bit slow on my 4850, 8800GT handles like a champ. I play TF2 on linux, that's about it, it froze up with my 4850, but 8800GT works awesome
 
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Originally Posted by Rookie1337 View Post
Yeah, the UVD blocks (couldn't remember the name) and the other legal issues were what I was thinking about but doesn't that mean there still isn't HD playback available (stable) with Fusion and the HD5/6 series? I could understand getting the crude Mesa or whatever it's called working for 2D and basic tasks but I really think AMD is missing a huge chance to over take Nvidia with Fusion if 3D/HD isn't stable or up to par. And that makes me sad.

There is XvBA available if you are using fglrx. It "should" work with anything that has UVD2 and newer. You just need a VAAPI capable player.
For open source drivers there is nothing of the sort. Work is being done for a shader based acceleration, but it is still a work in progress.
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Originally Posted by esocid View Post
FGLRX will work fine for hardware that wasn't just released, and on distros that aren't very bleeding edge. Don't expect it to work fine for very new hardware, or legacy hardware.
Take a look at Melcar's lookout thread for the FGLRX driver.
http://www.overclock.net/linux-unix/...ut-thread.html

I personally stick to nvidia for their working drivers. It sucks, because AMD is working with the open source community with sort of par drivers, while nvidia doesn't, with working drivers. But nouveau still works if you want open source.
Define "just released".

AMD/ATI did not have AMDCCCLE/FGLRX linux driver support for the HD6800 series for over 3 months after release of the hardware.
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Define "just released".

AMD/ATI did not have AMDCCCLE/FGLRX linux driver support for the HD6800 series for over 3 months after release of the hardware.
That's pretty much what I meant.
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