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Loadin Atitools and max GPU voltage

Discussion in 'ATITool' started by gragnak, Mar 9, 2006.

  1. gragnak New Member

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    I've two questions:

    - 1 - In the Startup commands menu of Atitools I've 3 options:
    - Load on windows startup via:
    * registry key
    * Startmenu (current user)
    * Start menu (all users)
    What have I to set to let the program start everytime I start my PC?

    - 2 - I've rised my core voltage from 1075 to 1175. Which do you think is the higher/safer voltage I can reach without compromising the GPU?

    - 3 - Same thing for MEMORY voltage: froma 18** to 198* (can't remember the numbers). Which do you think is the higher/safer voltage I can reach without compromising the GPU?

    For now I'm using stock cooler and OC my Radeon X1800 XL @ core 604 - mem 621. I've ordered the Accelero X2 (should be delivered in 5 days) and I'd like to try to rise the clocks a bit more.
    I've overrided the Fan settings to maintain temperatures cool (set the fan to run a little bit faster for every degree section). Now I think I've to set Atitools to start at windows startup and set my Power profile when detecting 3d apps, then revert to default profile when exiting 3d apps.
    But I noted that when reloading default settings, Atitools doesn't reset voltages... is normal?

    Sorry for having written a lot.

    I hope someone can halp me with questions and/or point to some useful link.

    Thank in advance.
    Any suggestion?
     
  2. gragnak New Member

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    quest 1 answered

    Ok
    I found the answer to quest 1 in ocumentation thread.

    Any suggestion or hint for quest 2 and 3 and for my sequent thoughts?
     
  3. XspEeD New Member

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    i have the same question about the voltage, can anyone with more experience give some advise ??
     

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