Thursday, May 3rd 2007

AMD GPU Clock Tool - Works on R600 !

GPU Clock Tool - Works on R600 !

Ever since R600 samples were handed out by AMD, people have been asking me for R600 support in ATITool. It's coming along nicely, but is not quite ready yet.
In the meantime you can use this nifty little tool from AMD. It can change 2D/3D clocks and lets you monitor temperatures of the card. It also works on RV610, RV630 and all previous products like the R5xx Series. It works under 2k, XP, Vista, 32-bit & 64-bit.

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49 Comments on AMD GPU Clock Tool - Works on R600 !

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Thanks W1zz, this is fantastic.
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#2
mandelore
omg, wooot! may be able to abandon using traytools for overclocking now in vista :)

hmmmm, all i can do is change the clocks, the 2d/3d is greyed out and the temperature monitor wont work :(
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#3
LiNKiN
Staff
W1zzard!! I want to know what GPU you have that runs @ 1ghz. Could it be a HD2900XT??? ;)
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#4
W1zzard
by: LiNKiN
W1zzard!! I want to know what GPU you have that runs @ 1ghz. Could it be a HD2900XT??? ;)
gameboy gpu
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#5
LiNKiN
Staff
by: W1zzard
gameboy gpu
Ahh man your holdin out on us!!!! Well maybe it was a hint. (Hope so) Those are screenies you took? I feel like a kid in a kandy store. Eat, sleep, s-s-s the 2900XT. :roll:
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#6
Frogger
by: W1zzard
gameboy gpu
That gameboy must :rockout:
thanks for the DL W1zz:respect:
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#7
Exceededgoku
by: LiNKiN
W1zzard!! I want to know what GPU you have that runs @ 1ghz. Could it be a HD2900XT??? ;)
in the second picture I think it's quite apparent... and who said W1zzard ahs one (although we all know he blatantly does ;))
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#8
tvdang7
so amd supports overclocking?
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#9
mandelore
by: tvdang7
so amd supports overclocking?
lol, ati certainly do, overdrive??
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#10
SpookyWillow
by: Exceededgoku
in the second picture I think it's quite apparent... and who said W1zzard ahs one (although we all know he blatantly does ;))
i thought that too but those clocks look way off, aren't they more like 750/2ghz +
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#11
SK-1
by: SpookyWillow
i thought that too but those clocks look way off, aren't they more like 750/2ghz +
Not on 2D.ATI likes to save a little heat and power at times.:)
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#12
pt
not a suicide-bomber
w1z house is going to be robbed soon, and a r600 will appear on ebay for 1million soon too :p:p:p:p:p:p:p
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#13
SK-1
Is this just for Vista and R600>?
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#14
SpookyWillow
by: SK-1
Not on 2D.ATI likes to save a little heat and power at times.:)
ahh yes, those 2d/3d clocks that i have yet to meet, i have a x1950 and it only has one set of clocks :D
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#15
selway89
How many peeps have R600 cards atm? Does this work on X1950XT? Just that if it doesnt, then im guessing a very small number of people will find this tool useful at this present time...

The R600 cards werent released were they n i missed it :wtf:

seL
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#16
W1zzard
by: selway89
How many peeps have R600 cards atm? Does this work on X1950XT? Just that if it doesnt, then im guessing a very small number of people will find this tool useful at this present time...

The R600 cards werent released were they n i missed it :wtf:

seL
It also works on RV610, RV630 and all previous products.
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#17
regan1985
doesnt work on my machine so, may not on x850? running xp sp2!!
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#18
Exceededgoku
by: SpookyWillow
ahh yes, those 2d/3d clocks that i have yet to meet, i have a x1950 and it only has one set of clocks :D
Yeah I flashed my X1900 so 2d clocks are equal to 3d clocks. I hate the thought that a part of my system is sleeping unless "needed". God damn the thought of it!
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#19
DOM
by: regan1985
doesnt work on my machine so, may not on x850? running xp sp2!!
me to X800XL :(
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#20
Sound_Card
Wizzard a qustion for you.

Is that 1ghz clock stock or a OC?


thanks.:respect:
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#21
Sound_Card
Ok, two qustions actully!!!

1) is that a OC? I take it as a yes.

2) If a OC, is it with the stock cooler?

3) XT or XTX?

Danm, I hope you can answer those qustions~!
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#22
EastCoasthandle
It looks like a lot of us can't do much with this program if we cannot control 2d/3d clocks. I notice there is no voltage changing either. I am also one of the few who have 2d/3d clocks grayed out.

X1900xtx
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#23
bigboi86
Yeah, I can't find that device ID, but it's definatly an genuine ATI reference card.
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#24
Wile E
Power User
Leve it to W1z to give us a sneak peak, just to drive us even crazier waiting for these things. lol
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#25
DRDNA
I think on the higher end cards the 2d/3d is supose to be greyed out and the Setting for "Same Clock Settings For All Devices" is the way you clock2d/3d , if you want just 3d then leave box unselected , if you want 2d to be the same as 3d then check the setting.
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