Friday, September 28th 2007

RivaTuner v2.05 Released

RivaTuner is a powerful tweaking utility for NVIDIA GeForce and ATI Radeon videocards. This version adds new user interface for independent G8x GPU family shader clock control as well as some minor UI changes and improvements.

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9 Comments on RivaTuner v2.05 Released

#1
LonGun
Thanks Mal will try it out later.
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#2
HousERaT
by: malware
This version adds new user interface for independent G8x GPU family shader clock control as well as some minor UI changes and improvements.
I've got wood..... :D
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#3
mandelore
another one.... lol, let me guess, still no 2900 voltage control etc etc? ;)
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#4
pt
not a suicide-bomber
still nto workign with my hd2600 :(
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#5
Rash-Un-Al
Flash

NVIDIA G8x shader clock control has been around since the cards were released -- for those proficient in flashing their bios. Moreover, not only does bios flashing allow one to profile 2D/3D/Throttle GPU/Memory/Shader clocks, fan speeds, voltages, memory timings, boot message, and bootup clocks, it does not require alteration if/when the card is used with another PC, the OS is reinstalled, or a new driver forces reconfiguration of software (RivaTuner / ATITool) settings.
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#6
bigboi86
by: Rash-Un-Al
NVIDIA G8x shader clock control has been around since the cards were released -- for those proficient in flashing their bios. Moreover, not only does bios flashing allow one to profile 2D/3D/Throttle GPU/Memory/Shader clocks, fan speeds, voltages, memory timings, boot message, and bootup clocks, it does not require alteration if/when the card is used with another PC, the OS is reinstalled, or a new driver forces reconfiguration of software (RivaTuner / ATITool) settings.
Yes, but you also risk flashing the card to a messed up setting. For some people we would rather prefer Rivatuner or an application to tweak the card.

I do want to mod my BIOS for 1.35v though.
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#7
Rash-Un-Al
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Yes, but you also risk flashing the card to a messed up setting. For some people we would rather prefer Rivatuner or an application to tweak the card.
I understand and agree (which is precisely why I mentioned "for those proficient in flashing their bios”).

Interestingly, configuring a safe bootup clock profile (a default feature on G8x products) and having a diskette with original (or known safe) 2D/3D/Throttle settings eliminates bios flashing hazards or permanent anomalies.

Happy flashing (to 1.35v)!
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#8
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Anyone know if W1zz got the ATI program of his working with the HD series of cards or am I just waaaay behind on that?
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#9
pt
not a suicide-bomber
by: WarEagleAU
Anyone know if W1zz got the ATI program of his working with the HD series of cards or am I just waaaay behind on that?
only iwth the hd2900
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