I thought that the fglrx driver was some so-called "unified" driver.
I did understood at first that the same code was able to make run any card, only by the calls made to the BIOS of the card.
Making them write the same driver for many cards.
So, what's the point in dropping older cards?
HD2/3/4k are not that old.
What will be their gain in the driver of dropping that ?
I perfectly understand that they do perhaps hope the customers will buy new cards just to get support.
If i'm forced to drop my card just because lack of support, I will never buy ATI again. Be it either on processors or on GFX cards. I hate being force to change my hardware because of lack of support.