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SQL Native Client vs SQL Server Driver (Faster?)

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I am trying to determine which drivers to use for my Crystal Connections and which driver would be faster.  The SQL Native Client driver which is newer or the SQL Driver?
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SQL Native Client is the current driver that is recommended to use by Microsoft.
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Does anyone know if it has a  better performance?
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