The drivers included with the Rage Fury Pro were a significant improvement to what the Rage Pro offered as it came out. Aiding the average gamer has been ATI's main aim with this board, and they have included OpenGL to Direct3D support with these new drivers. However they could have improved on this a bit more by including a overclocking feature as well. Since it wasn't there we had to resort to PowerStrip for over overclocking needs. The compatibility issues that plagued the early driver releases by ATI we no more to be seen in these drivers, and it also includes an option to select the Z-buffer depth, which is a great performance-increasing feature. All in all the drivers included with the Rage Fury Pro are very satisfactory.