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.

Download (440 KB)
Add your own comment

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

#1
tkpenalty
yeah yeah cheers but howabout proper support for the RV570?

EDIT: w00t proper RV570 Overclocking !!! :D
Posted on Reply
#2
mandelore
by: Exceededgoku
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!
well it is designed to extend your cards life...i personally have a 2d setting of 400Mhz core and 400 memory, saves power, saves money, prolongs life
Posted on Reply
#3
GrapeApe
Just FYI , not working on the Mobility Radeon X700, but kinda expected that. :ohwell:

Stickin' to ATiTool for now.

Nice to see new options rollin' out though, thanks for the preview. :cool:
Posted on Reply
#4
pt
not a suicide-bomber
where did you get better scores?
Posted on Reply
#5
pt
not a suicide-bomber
he scored 13000 if you haven't seen correctly...

and wtf has intel to do wth internet speed...?
Posted on Reply
#6
pt
not a suicide-bomber
he still beats the crap of you in game image quality...
and why did you say this tool sucks?
Posted on Reply
#7
pt
not a suicide-bomber
by: UnderratedINtell
What does intel have to do with it well lets just say that the hard COre gamers will never use a Intel CPU designed for Office work or server functions. and intel has always sucked at internet anything. and 13000 isn't so bad unless you are not using a worthy card. But to use a system claiming to be so great you better be scoring higher. Lets see maybe I didn't hit "0" enough but I ment to type 15000. 2000 over his system and having a 64 bit system should be able to score higher then a Socket A, however I have yet to see a 64 Bit Intel System score higher then my Socket A so far. Maybe this was a little harsh being that the systems I am comparing him to are AMD Based. That is so unfair. Intel Always had to advertise so when did AMD.. but I am done typing to you, that was a silly QUestion to ask about you should already knwo what the CPU has to do with the internet speed but apparently your a noob. "Get Off GrandPa's PC"
you did 15000 with your pc????
:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

that's prob the laugh of the year :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
Posted on Reply
#8
Taz100420
by: UnderratedINtell
What does intel have to do with it well lets just say that the hard COre gamers will never use a Intel CPU designed for Office work or server functions. and intel has always sucked at internet anything. and 13000 isn't so bad unless you are not using a worthy card. But to use a system claiming to be so great you better be scoring higher. Lets see maybe I didn't hit "0" enough but I ment to type 15000. 2000 over his system and having a 64 bit system should be able to score higher then a Socket A, however I have yet to see a 64 Bit Intel System score higher then my Socket A so far. Maybe this was a little harsh being that the systems I am comparing him to are AMD Based. That is so unfair. Intel Always had to advertise so when did AMD.. but I am done typing to you, that was a silly QUestion to ask about you should already knwo what the CPU has to do with the internet speed but apparently your a noob. "Get Off GrandPa's PC"
PROOF PLEASE!!!!
without photoshop.
Posted on Reply
#9
pt
not a suicide-bomber
and even if he does we can tell if it was photoshopped or not :p
Posted on Reply
#10
erocker
UnderratedIntel is a prime example of why there needs to be some sort of a TPU I.Q. test to post on the forum.:nutkick:
Posted on Reply
#11
Taz100420
A sempron beating a C2D, TI-500 beating a X1900XTX, RIGHT!!!!!!
Posted on Reply
#12
Ripper3
Since when did bandwidth and internet usage become important to overclocking and new CPUs? If you have more than a P2 233, or maybe an old P3, you should be fine for doing almost anything online.

Also, people overclock things because they can, or because they need more speed, who cares if it's integrated.

Finally, I didn't know Socket As could actually even run newer benchmarking software without keeling over first, much less beating a C2D (or even Pentium D, or a hgiher clocked Prescott at that). No offence to people using Socket A still and able to run new benchmark software, I just had such hurt feelings, that's all :cry:

BTW, I second the motion of an IQ test requirement, but can we also add some sort of test to do with computers, where-by their kowledge of them is tested too?
Posted on Reply
#13
erocker
What we need A+ certification to post? Ok, I have mine.:D (not like it's hard to get or anything)
Posted on Reply
#14
pt
not a suicide-bomber
by: erocker
UnderratedIntel is a prime example of why there needs to be some sort of a TPU I.Q. test to post on the forum.:nutkick:
i agree :toast:
Posted on Reply
#15
Kursah
I was hoping it's work for my x1950pro in vista, but no. It's the same situation as everyone else. Doesn't read temps, grayed out 2d/3d clocks etc...kind of a bummer.
Posted on Reply
#16
Kursah
Wow PT, You Found A Sure Winner!

by: UnderratedINtell
What does intel have to do with it well lets just say that the hard COre gamers will never use a Intel CPU designed for Office work or server functions. and intel has always sucked at internet anything. and 13000 isn't so bad unless you are not using a worthy card. But to use a system claiming to be so great you better be scoring higher. Lets see maybe I didn't hit "0" enough but I ment to type 15000. 2000 over his system and having a 64 bit system should be able to score higher then a Socket A, however I have yet to see a 64 Bit Intel System score higher then my Socket A so far. Maybe this was a little harsh being that the systems I am comparing him to are AMD Based. That is so unfair. Intel Always had to advertise so when did AMD.. but I am done typing to you, that was a silly QUestion to ask about you should already knwo what the CPU has to do with the internet speed but apparently your a noob. "Get Off GrandPa's PC"
Well, let's see some proof! Sh!t or get off the pot so to say. Coming into TPU with your kind of entrance and acting like this makes me wonder why you wasted perfectly good post space??

Flaming at people without proof further shows evedince of stupidity. Congrats! You are an idoit! You win absolutely nothing except a loss of respect! If you're gonna attack people who've actually spent time helping others and being productive (please don't make me explain either to you...but I may have to!), then please don't waste our time any further. There is plenty of web for you to go out and ruin with your rubbish...or just use notepad so noone accidently has to read your crap.

My last words for you: "Get off of Mom's Teet and Grow Up!"
Posted on Reply
#17
pt
not a suicide-bomber
by: Kursah

My last words for you: "Get off of Mom's Teet and Grow Up!"
loved that one :p
i think the guy learned the lesson :laugh:
Posted on Reply
#18
pt
not a suicide-bomber
900 frames?
what did you played?
simfarm? :P

we need PROOFS!
Posted on Reply
#20
pt
not a suicide-bomber
we we're having fun wazz :p
Posted on Reply
#21
Wile E
Power User
Ahhh damn. I missed all the fun. Wish I would've seen some of the other posts that moron made. lol
Posted on Reply
#22
pt
not a suicide-bomber
see some quotes ;)
Posted on Reply
#23
dDub
Any ideas of why this is not working with my 2900 XT? What happens is I double click to run the program but it just hangs and never loads. Monitoring it in Task Manager i see that doesn't quit but hogs the processor at 50% as well as memory which continues to load seemingly exponentially ...

I'm Running the latest drivers from ATI/AMD though i see no system requirements for this tool. I do have ATT installed and wonder if this could be the problem?

[EDIT] I installed the 8.38 beta drivers and now i am able to use the tool. So apparently it was a driver issue...
Posted on Reply
#24
jammyjamz
I'm running vista 32bit and 2900xt and when I run the AMD gpu clock tool the whole "options" area where the 2d and 3d check boxes are is greyed out... even the "same clock settings for all devices" part is greyed out and I can't click anything.

I need to figure this out because it seems that my 2900xt is always running in 2d mode even when I'm running a game.

Ati tool also doesn't seem to let me switch between 2d/3d modes either.

could the problem be that I have 2 6-pin pci-e power connectors plugged in instead of one 8-pin and one 6-pin?

if that's the problem would a 6-pin-to-8-pin pci-e power adapter work or do I need to buy a new PSU??
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment