Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Generic Discussion' started by Ray Adams, Sep 28, 2006.
yea it's odd, and System Information shows that there isn't Overdrive support
Am I missing something, or is this program not supporting the X1950XTX yet? I am not able to adjust the clocks nor the core voltage.
just wait for the Catalyst 6.10, it will work then
Install Catalyst 6.10 beta
install ATT and unchech the I2C thing on setup
Go to preferences in ATT and uncheck "limit OC range to XX %"
Ray I have only just come back to ATI since having a 6800GT for 2 years. I bought the new version X1900Gt that has the new clocks, I checked with rivatuner and it confirms overdrive is not supported on my board for some stupid reason.
So to my question, is there a way to emulate overdrive on my board?
Thanks, I'll try that tomorrow. So this works perfectly? I've messed ALOT with ATi tool beta 16, and it has so many bugs with the X1950 that I gave it up.
It works for me here. I dont mess with voltages so I don thave experience in that. But the frequencies are definietly applied and it works.
No CF support tho but maybe that will come soon
If you have questions. just ask
P.s: I wasted so much time of my life on ATI Tool too. Maybe I am too silly to control it, but ATT does the work
First of all, thanks for the great tool, it really simplifies the whole ATI "experience".
Second, in regard to the memory timings, what he's referring to is that the CCC Overdrive loosens the timings on the graphics memory when it ups the clocks into the "3d mode". ATT and ATI Tool both currently just leave the timings at their 2d settings, sometimes resulting in a slightly lower overclock, but better performance after all is said and done.
It will be. I think ATI should update Catalyst to support their new version of 1900GT.
Don't you have to set the stock voltages? When you disable hot key poller the card will run 2d clocks and voltages (1.1v instead of 1.4v), no?
Yes they do. But when you use ATI Overdrive 3, there is no need to disable the hotkey poller. It automatically writes to the 3D frequencies.
You can change Voltage if you want tho
If someone want to test beta version of ATT with new overclocking method I will post link to beat version here. I have some problems with my beta testers so I think about opened beta testing for new version.
I'll test it.
There is a link to last beta version
Remember this is beta version
Downloaded and testing now
It has still the problem of not saving memory voltages: i have a 2D profile with minimal voltages, and a 3D one with increased voltages both for GPU and Memory...when i switch from 2D to 3D it works correctly, but when i go back from 3D to 2D, the Memory voltage remains the same as in the 3D profile
I will check it.
No problem on my system. How do you check it? Can you give me steps to reproduce it?
How do I get rid of the warning message at the start-up of traytools then? Keeps nagging me that I have hotkey poller enabled.
Read this and toggle the checkbox: