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Matrox announces CS4 compatibility and 64bit support

Good news for Matrox owners – CS4 compatibility along with 64 bit support is around the corner.  What’s not to like about that?  RT.X2 owners will get it in a few days while Axio customers will have to wait a bit longer, but overall, this should be a huge boost for everyone.  I have to tip my hat to the guys at Matrox as well because I never expected them to be the first hardware manufacturer to support CS4, but they did so congratulations!

Matrox announces CS4 and Vista 64 support

Comments

It’s about time! I must admit I will be very unhappy if some of the outstanding bugs concerning P2 still exist.

That’s my Christmas taken care of … rebuilding my dual-boot system! Seriously good news from Matrox, though. It will be interesting to see what the whole thing running under 64-bit is like.

[DR - that's funny - I almost titled this entry as "Christmas comes early for Matrox owners." The 64 bit should go a long way towards helping out with big projects and when you have a lot of dynamic linking going on. The fact that CS4 allows you to address more than 4gb of memory is a huge boon for users everywhere. My experience with Vista 64 thus far has been pretty positive. It may be time to shed the old notions of Vista...]

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