Tuesday, February 12th 2008

AMD Hosts AMD Overdrive Software on Their Website

So a company made a suite of software for their products, and released it. Big deal, right? The thing is, AMD launching AMD Overdrive is surprisingly important. Instead of various hardware enthusiast boards hosting buggy beta code, AMD hosting their software is a sign of maturity. Overdrive's upload signified that AMD is happy enough with their software to label it official, and is confident enough with the code to host it on their website.

Alright, enough chit-chat. You may download the AMD Overdrive software, which overclocks AMD processors of most sorts, and checks the overclock stability of all processors, here.Source: HardOCP
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16 Comments on AMD Hosts AMD Overdrive Software on Their Website

#1
Snipe343
im checking it out as i type looks pretty good
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#2
[I.R.A]_FBi
hosting? isnt it hosted on asus and tpu?
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#3
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD


tpu is kinda popular
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#5
pt
not a suicide-bomber
DOWNLOAD AMD OverDriveā„¢ 2.0.14 Beta from "techpowerUp"

hurray for tpu :)
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#6
p0lly
7 Series

the OD tells me I need a 7 series chipset??? won't work with my opteron?
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#7
erocker
by: p0lly
the OD tells me I need a 7 series chipset??? won't work with my opteron?
Yes they made it for the new 790fx spider platform. It will give you some options to work with on your motherboard though. Give it a try.
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#8
daboggeyman
Well tells me the same I need a series 7 chipset and gives no options. Oh well its still a good deal for any one with a series 7 chipset
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#9
tvdang7
so they give us the tool but if we overclock we void the warranty :)
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#10
TheGuruStud
by: tvdang7
so they give us the tool but if we overclock we void the warranty :)
But how would they know :) Like when I tried to fix XFX's shitty video card by voltmodding it :cool:
I couldn't get it stable so I removed the conductive ink and sent it back. Of course, I wasn't really abusing the part. I was just trying to get it working so I wouldn't have to deal with them.

I got two bad cards from them (same problem). I told them they will never get my business again. Hard lesson XFX, now EVGA gets my business (I knew I should've stuck with EVGA after my 6800 was awesome).
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#11
mdm-adph
Wonder if it'll do anything at all on my 790X... can't be any worse than the MSI MB tool, which wouldn't even start. :shadedshu
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#12
iron_gr
Not for my Opti 180 on a DFI nf4-ultra mobo :(
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#13
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Apparently this AMD overdrive is supposed to be good stuff, right up there with Abits uGuru.
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#14
mandis
I wonder if this will work on my asus crosshair? I usually do all my tweaking through the asus extreme tweaker so i was curious about how effective this new software tool would be.
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#15
mdm-adph
by: mandis
I wonder if this will work on my asus crosshair? I usually do all my tweaking through the asus extreme tweaker so i was curious about how effective this new software tool would be.
Hey, give it a try -- turn out it works great on a plain 790 like I've got.
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#16
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
woot!!! tpu is on there!!!!!!!!
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