I just hope that Morrow is accurate and this problem gets addressed this week by Brian Burke. I do hope it is a simple fix on our end and doesn't require a new card. So far, owning a 5900 Ultra has not been that pleasurable of an experience. With the flickering, scroll beeping, driver "cheat" issues, HL2, and now poor PS2.0 performance, I am starting to wonder if I should have invested in the 5900. On top of that it is likely that we may get flicker free cards just in time for Nvidia to announce the NV38 which will probably correct all the 5900's problems. This is enough for me to go to console gaming now. A PS2, Xbox, and Gamecube combined don't add up to what I had to spend on moderately fast computers- plus I can rent all the games for the consoles.
AMD 6000+ X2
BFG Ageia PPU 128 pci
Audigy X-fi Audio pci express
Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit
Windows XP Pro 64bit