Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by Ray Adams, Dec 6, 2006.
It had already happened with a previous version, i think
It work correct without .dll
I mailed this avast.com
avast is one of the worst antivirus( all versions, free or not), so i'm not surprised at all
Trojan haha... use a better virus scanner
can anybody kick him? :booty:
nod32 is really great
rofl if Avast is worst antivirus then question remain what are McAfee or Symantec products ...
and what's wrong with false positive? even this allmighty NOD32 gets them ...
hell even "TOP1" AV (KAV) got false positives ...
still anyone who thinks "insert name of product" AV is best is fool , not even TEN various AV can protect You at 100%
Ok, I reinstalled Windows last night because I installed a Crossfire motherboard, so I know that it isn't the software settings of my PC. I am using 6X AA, High Quality AF-application controlled, DXT textures, bump mapping, trilinear filtering optimization, driver-level overclocking on core only, fan %100, and high Catalyst AI. Any other settings that I haven't mentioned are set to default. I saved these settings in CCC, then I notive poor image quality in a game, so I check the ATT 3d menu, and I see that adaptive AA is enabled, but neither quality of performence is selected, when I have chosen quality in CCC. So I check CCC and it still says quality Adaptive AA. :
Nope ner ner :smile:
edit: wrong thread
Ok, LOL I wasn't running the LATEST beta, but now I am. I still encounter this issue with the Adaptive AA resetting itself, even though I set it to "quality" in the CCC. I am unticked the "enable 12C option" at install, as it says only pre-R*** boards.
Also, I don't set anything using ATI Tray Tools, only CCC.
My settings are the same as above except for the new beta version.
Hi. I'm new here so be gentle ok ?
I just want to ask adams if he could add support to powerplay, especially when doing profiles for us mobility users. That would really make life easy lol
Thank you and happy new year to all !!
Without hardware I can not add support for PowerPlay
Does this work with Crossfire?
EDIT: I guess not since my fps just took a plunge.
EDIT #2: Well it sort of works with CCC installed (just missing SuperAA), kind of defeats the purpose though.
New beta version uploaded (build 977)
[*] Minor GUI updates
[*] Updated Driver level Overclocking support for RV560/RV570 boards.
[+] Added test support for voltage regulation on X1950XTX boards
[*] Added monitoring plugin "X1xxx Voltages" to provide monitoring for GPU/Mem voltages on X1xxx boards.
Owners of X1950XTX please check is it possible to change voltages in Overclocking window.
Ray i tested your problem with 2 HDDs (one WD is on ICH8R SATA and one SG on JMicron IDE , both in non RAID mode so SMART/HDD is accessable easily) and 2nd HDD shows 0 ...
Strange. With the recent versions of ATT I cannot clock the memory as far as I used to. I'm forced to back off about 20MHz on my memclocks, or else it either hard-locks 3Dmark, or makes my screen go off. Have you changed anything in the way Overdrive 3 handles memory clocks?
No. Nothing at all.
ATT. It only half works in compatibility mode, meaning I still can't choose the extra AA modes and enable/disable crossfire.