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ATITool works with FireGL V3400 ??

Discussion in 'ATITool' started by Maximilian, Aug 28, 2006.

  1. Maximilian New Member

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    Would this ATITool work with the FireGL V3400 PCI-E ? Or does it need the Catalyst drivers, or something?

    It is the standard V3400, that looks just the same as the reference design X1600 PRO, and has similar hardware specs.

    What I want to do is get this card running at the speeds of the physically identical looking V5200, which is more like a X1600 XT.

    V3400
    RV530 GPU
    GPU frequency 500MHz
    memory frequency 980MHz
    128MB GDDR3 SDRAM

    V5200
    RV530 GPU
    GPU frequency 587MHz
    memory frequency 1,380MHz
    256MB GDDR3 SDRAM

    Obviously I can't change the amount of RAM, but if ATITool works with this card, would it be possible to get it running closer to the the V5200 specs without any additional cooling? The card has the reference design X1600 copper HSF. What about with better cooling?

    Can I make this card go faster?

    Cheers.
     
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  2. ARTOSOFT New Member

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    I am using zalman VF900CU-LED on my ATI PowerColor x1600pro 512MB AGP. Zalman GPU cooler help me gain 9MHz on GPU speed than stock cooler. Using stock cooler, I only get 567MHz before artifact shown. Using zalman cooler, I have 576MHz before artifact shown. And, the GPU on idle is only 41-42degreeC. While on full load is 47-58degreeC.

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  3. Maximilian New Member

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    Thanks for your reply Arto.

    I suppose I could expect similar speeds to you, if this tool works with the V3400 in the first place. Does anybody know if the FireGL cards are supported? I haven't got the V3400 yet you see.
     

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