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PowerColor Announces Powerup Tuner 0.2

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphic cards released its overclocking utility, PowerUp Tuner, is now available for gaming enthusiasts to download. The PowerUp Tuner V0.2 allows gamers to customize graphics settings to meet their own requirements of different game titles. Gamers can adjust clock speeds, voltage power and fan speed through user-friendly control panel, even including a personalized fan profile setting function; what's more, gamers can supervise clock speeds, temperature, fan speed, voltage power and GPU usage in time, enabling gamers to monitor the real-time graphics status.

    The PowerUp Tuner V0.2 allows gamers to name each profile on their own; furthermore, it has personalized profile storage to save different settings and loading records, gamers can examine GPU loading status under different applications and game titles.

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    To experience the unlocked gaming power through PowerUp Tuner V0.2, please go directly to learn more details about the latest overclocking utility here.
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    moar spawn of RivaTuner?
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    MSI Afterburner clone? Which btw, is still based on RivaTuner....
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    Is w1z behind this one aswell?
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    i'm not behind this, neither is unwinder. it is a powercolor in-house production
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    Trixx is really the only monitor/OC app that is not a clone of something else...
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    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    yeah we have ideas on our own
    Chevalr1c, NHKS and AlienIsGOD say thanks.
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    They're all the same base program, entirely. There is no difference other than the "skin", which as we can see, some companies just change the damn colour and a few frames then release it as a whole new wonderful programme they made especially for us.
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    This thing has been up on their site for download, in SOME version for around 4-6 months now(If not longer)...I wonder why they are announcing it NOW???:ohwell:

    Maybe a version change.
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    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    umm no.

    i make trixx and iturbo
    unwinder makes afterburner and precision
    the other companies have their own in-house development teams
    Chevalr1c says thanks.
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    I'm sorry but if i ever saw a more blatant ripoff of MSI Afterburner with a red reskin, this is it.

    EDIT: You should do things Apple style, patent the crap out of the window design xD
  12. W1zzard

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    just stealing the window design won't make it good software. there is lots of good coding required to properly support some cards and have advanced features.

    has anyone actually gotten this new version to work?
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    just tried the new version with no luck
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    Did not bother with it as it said only the 7xxx range were supported. But i'll give it a try for the shits and giggles.


    EDIT: it cannot read the VDDC and all so is not changeable.. Other wise seems to work just fine.
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2013
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    No Overclock benefit over Catalyst controls or no CrossfireX (Synchronization) support for XFX 7970s...will stay with TRIXX.
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2013
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    PowerColor afterburner
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    we was knew that W1Z, people can recognize your work Imprint :rockout:
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    This new tool is working well for me on my Powercolour PCS+ 7850. First Tool I can use that allows me to adjust and monitor vddc. It doesnt allow me to set any kind of powertune value though.

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