I can read just fine ty. That is how i can SEE that they are the same drivers... Also just because they are dated back in december does not mean they are older. They are actually a Jan 28th set of drivers, but ATI just used the WHQL set instead. They were supposed to launch officially but did not. So in actuallity the drivers have a build date of Jan28th. The drivers you have posted are actually older being dated jan 23rd. They do not have Xfire support. I will repeat myself just to make it clear. The xfire drivers for the HD 3870 X2 on HIS website are actually the NEWEST set available. Dated Jan28th, but the official Cat 8.1 WHQL's were used, so the date did NOT change. They kept the WHQL logo for a reason, to make sure driver installations went smoothly. Nvidia has done the same thing in the past, did a quick fix to a driver and kept the same date. I dont care if the HIS website is slow or not, point is the driver there is the NEWEST and most STABLE you can use untill official Cat 8.2 or w/e it will be called comes later in the month. Problem is there are so many threads with the SAME thing in them in multiple areas, we should try to keep everything to one thread. @NvidiaFreak Not sure but i think your problem definately lies in your CPU. I can play LostPlanet @1680x1050 at 60FPS vsync DX10 with everything maxed with 2xaa and 16xAF. This is with the drivers from HIS website for the HD 3870 X2.