VIA has released its new performance-oriented "Hyperion" 4n1 chipset drivers. We're seeing up to a seven-point jump in Business Winstone scores using the new drivers, which is quite impressive. Graphics benchmarks are also producing slightly higher scores.
Lately, VIA's chipsets have had comparatively poor IDE performance, but it looks like these new drivers could change all that.
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