Pues aunque quizas a los que no explotamos al maximo, el rendimiento de nuestras graficas, no nos interese demasiado, pongo la noticia por que seguro que mas de uno le dara buena cuenta de ello.

El changelog de NVIDIA (v1.0-6111):
* Fixed SoftImage certification issues.
* Made the "Do you really want to quit?" dialog in nvidia-settings optional (via the nvidia-settings Configuration page).
* Fixed problem that prevented multiple simultaneous X servers from running on TNT/TNT2.
* Fixed problem that caused TV-Out modes other than 640x480 and 800x600 to be unavailable.
* Fixed problem that caused cursor misplacement/corruption in certain TwinView configurations.
* Fixed problem that caused some AGP kernel module options to be ignored.
* Fixed problem in GLSL with shadow2DProj.
* Fixed console restore problems on GeForce4 Ti.
* Supports all Intel EMT-64, AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon 64 and AMD Athlon FX 64 processors (AMD 64-bit driver only)
DESCARGA: http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux.html


El changelog de ATI (v3.11.1)

* fglrx RPM files are now conflicting with older fglrx-glc22 as originally intended
* fglrx kernel module is now compiling properly on 2.6.6 and later kernels
* The Color Palette now remains intact when switching VT terminals
* Running a 3D application after any DGA applications no longer hangs the system
* Enabling Quad-Buffer stereo on FireGL X1/Z1 no longer results in desktop corruption
DESCARGA: http://www.ati.com/support/driver.html