Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by Ray Adams, May 24, 2007.
Are you sure? Look for last 4 items in right side of list
these says voltage in right column
all of them are greyed out
no VRM temperature at all ... ??!!
I don't see VRM temperature in ATT 1042. picture
2 Dwarden and totya
Can you guyz make an I2C scan in ATT and post it here? I have everything on my X1800XT, and it must also work with X1950Pro
Ray, it is VT1165, not VT1103. New RT and Everest added support for it.
Hi, I don't see "i2c scan". Sysinfo here : sysinfo
Ah. I forgot about it
Guyz. I just uploaded new beat version (build 1053). Can you check it with your boards? (I mean with board where you can not monitor Voltage regulator temperature and so on)
Hi Ray and sorry for my poor english...
This isn't the first time that this happens: you say that a new ATT version is available but, after i've downloaded it, i find that it's the old version.
Do you're sure to have the necessary rights to update the files on the server?:kermit:
Of course I have! This is just russian provider with a very strange FTP system, like everything in Russia
Interesting, my reply is disappeared...
why not just use something like www.filefactory.com to host the beta files ...
btw the file is still 1050 ...
Yep..... still says version 1050. Did you forget to change the version number in the program?
It seems that the only method to publish online a new version of ATT is to make a new subfolder for each revision and then put this one into the subfolder...
Ok. The problem has been fixed
Here is a link
Ray adams .
Always thank you for your effort.
When to ATT is Korean added?
Desire that Korean is added fast.
2 totya - So it doesn't work as intended. I will try to find whats wrong in code, but its very chard to do without such hardware.
In picture 1 you see, VRM temperature is wrong, 224C is error.
I think - without hardware or specification - very hard writing good code.
I want to post at your attention a request that i would to make to you a lot of time ago...
I've a Sapphire X1300XT (a 1600pro renamed from Sapphire): when i use ATT to overclock the GPU and the memory clocks, all goes nice. When i've wanted to flash the radeon's BIOS with the most stable frequencies i tryed to edit a saved BIOS with Rabit (i think you know this software :thumbup, then i've flashed it: but seems that Rabit can't edit in the right manner these new BIOSes because, when i use ATT to read the new frequencies, i find wrong values. :bang:
I would to know if you can add an option to save a BIOS with overclocked values, because i would to understand if the problem is Rabit or the video boards.
Thanx for your attention.