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ATI x1650 PRO

Discussion in 'ATITool' started by Ninja, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. Ninja New Member

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    So just traded out my ATI 9800 PRO 128 MB for this ATI x1650 PRO 512 MB card. I ran ATI Tool 0.26 and it reads the core at 600.75 and the memory at 796.50. The default profile reads at 601.00 / 400.00. Does this mean the card came overclocked? I haven't touched anything so far, although i did try to set it to the default only to have it show a bright neon green screen as soon as i clicked the default button. Had to put the computer into sleep mode and then wake it in order to get rid of it. When i try to set it manually to the default profile and click SET i get a screen with vertical purple bars. What's the deal here? Been trying to troubleshoot this because i'm getting black screens when playing a game and it's pissing me off. :banghead:
     
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    Use driver cleaner to remove all ati drivers
    do a "search" to make sure they are all gone,(if not delete from search results).
    Defragment HDD.
    Reboot and reload current driver set from ATI.com.
     
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    I did all that when i first installed the card.
     
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    I had the same problem, but I managed to overclock the core anyway. In the 'settings' and then the tab 'X1000 overclocking' set 'enable finer clock step granularity' on. However, when I overclock the memory it still gives a nice green screen and I have to reset the pc. I have a Asus X1650pro 256mb agp and the standard factory set clock speeds are 594mhz core and 783mhz memory.
     

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