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New SoftR9x00 scripts handle Catalyst 3.one!

We inform our readers that compatible with the recently announced Catalyst 3 driver are ready for release.1 SoftR9x00 scripts to programmatically convert RADEON 9500 to 9700.

As expected, ATI reacted to the release of RivaTuner with SoftR9x00 scripts properly and protected the new driver from modification. The driver’s miniport now has the expected protection against program change PCI DeviceID, namely an additional check that corrects data in the internal structures of the driver in
in case of a discrepancy between the real and the read DeviceID (recall that it is the last value that is changed using SoftR9x00). However, this, apparently, was not enough for the ATI programmers, and they decided to be on the safe side in case the PCI DeviceID was changed by software. They insured themselves, I must say, in a rather original way, namely, they implemented an “artifact emulator”.

We have already seen something similar in the first protections against SoftQuadro in Detonator 14 drivers.xx, when the driver, when detecting forced professional properties, deliberately distorted
its internal structures, which led to system crashes and freezes. Apparently, such an approach and the notorious information about the appearance of visual artifacts on some reworked RADEON 9500s prompted ATI to adopt such an “original” solution.

The Meaning of Catalyst 3 Implementation.1 of the “artifact emulator” boils down to the fact that the driver checks the original PCI DeviceID after initializing any Direct3D / OpenGL application and simply distorts the control register of the CRT controller when a mismatch is detected, which leads to distortion of the information displayed on the display.

It is important to note that both protection works in the driver only if a video adapter RADEON 9500 (PRO), RADEON 9700 (PRO) or RADEON 9800 is detected in the system. However, if the RADEON 9500 and 9700 are already well known to our readers, then the RADEON 9800 is clearly
something new, not yet presented to the public. Note that these are not cards based on the RV350 chip, but judging by the fact that ATI already implements protection against PCI DeviceID programming for them, we can confidently say that the RADEON 9800 will be based on
the same R300 and “prepare” according to the already familiar recipe for software cutting of pixel pipelines and hierarchical Z-buffer. It remains only to wait for the appearance of these cards on sale and check the validity of our guesses.

Information from the words of the author of RivaTuner – Alexey Nikolaychuk AKA
Unwinder. You can download the script here.

P.S. As stated in the NV World news feed, “only 1127 bytes and so much trouble for ATI” 🙂

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