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Discussion in 'ATITool' started by Gypsybill, Jul 1, 2005.

  1. Gypsybill New Member

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    Just installed a X800 XL in my XPS... downloaded and installed ATITool.. everything works except temp and fan control...

    the log shows: ATITool v0.24 started.
    2005-07-01 00:34:00 Detected GPU Chip: R430 (554D), 16 Pipelines, 256 MB
    2005-07-01 00:34:00 Temperature monitoring: LM63 detected

    buy no joy.. all I get where the temp should show is the ATI logo...

    I have unistalled, rebooted and reinstalled as was suggested in another thread I saw here.. but still no temp or fan control...

    Help..

    Thanks..

    Bill
     
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    it needs enabling in the settings
     
  3. Gypsybill New Member

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    I assume "it" means the card as I can't see anywhere to enable that feature in ATITool... I am using the Control Panel as the Catalyst Control Center refuses to work for me (yes I have the latest .NET Framework SP1 with the security patch). I will look tonite when I get home to see where I can enable this on the card... thanks...

    Bill
     
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    settings > temperature moniting > measure card temperature (in atitool)
     
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    Thanks again.. I will look on ATITool tonite...

    Bill
     
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    Many thanks stordoff... all is well and working...

    Bill
     

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