Tutorial on how to use RBE (Radeon BIOS Editor)

Date: 2008-08-21 17:45:30

Table of contents

0 - Table of contents

1 - Introduction - What does RBE do?

2 - Acquiring the BIOS

2.1 - Using ATIFlash
2.2 - Using WinFlash
2.3 - Using GPU-Z (most recommended)
2.4 - Using RBE/WinFlash
2.5 - Using other programs

3 - Using RBE

3.1 - Opening the BIOS file
3.2 - First steps - The information tab
3.3 - Diggin' deeper - The clock settings tab

3.4 - Something relaxing - The fan settings tab
3.4.1 - The LM63
3.4.2 - Built-in fan controller
3.4.3 - A derivative of the internal controller
3.4.4 - The ADT7473

3.5 - The additional features tab
3.5.1 - Overdrive hacking - Method one
3.5.2 - Overdrive hacking - Method two
3.5.3 - BIOS update features

3.6 - The CCC profile editor
3.7 - Other things about RBE
3.8 - Saving the modified BIOS file

4 - Flashing the BIOS onto the card

4.1 - Using WinFlash
4.2 - Using ATIFlash
4.3 - Using RBE/WinFlash

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