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9700NP Softmodded to 9700PRO... How do you Make Core & Mem Speeds Permanent?

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I really need help, I saw somewhere quite a while ago that you could change the Memory and Core Speeds with a software and make them permanent.. Right now I've got a 9700NP @ 9700PRO, at least thats what i was told from previous owner, and of course Windows Detects it as a 9700PRO, but the thing is the stock speeds are 275/270, Im Currently Running Stock 9700PRO Speeds 325/310, No artifacts at all i was able to go quite a bit higher.. But What i really want is those speeds to be permanent, in other words I dont want to have to set them again using a software..Basically I want this to be a 9700PRO.. Any Ideas?

Please let me know Thanks! Will Appreciate it greatly! :D
 

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formalentity said:
I really need help, I saw somewhere quite a while ago that you could change the Memory and Core Speeds with a software and make them permanent.. :D
Not with a Software exactly...
with a Bios modification but it's more risky from using a OC tool

Nothing is guaranteed
There is a chance that you may damage your card permantly

I still suggest you of using a OC tool instead of tweaking your Cards bios
 
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Vasot said:
Not with a Software exactly...
with a Bios modification but it's more risky from using a OC tool

Nothing is guaranteed
There is a chance that you may damage your card permantly

I still suggest you of using a OC tool instead of tweaking your Cards bios
yeah i agree, just use an OC tool... usually it reverts back to stock speed upon restart... but i think ATITool has an option to load a certain profile upon start up? did not try it though because i prefer to be in total control and OC only when i want to(i.e. playing games)...
 
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Alright Thank you for Feedback I will just use an OC software.. using ati tool right now and it works great^^ Thanks again! :D
 

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formalentity said:
I really need help, I saw somewhere quite a while ago that you could change the Memory and Core Speeds with a software and make them permanent.. Right now I've got a 9700NP @ 9700PRO, at least thats what i was told from previous owner, and of course Windows Detects it as a 9700PRO, but the thing is the stock speeds are 275/270, Im Currently Running Stock 9700PRO Speeds 325/310, No artifacts at all i was able to go quite a bit higher.. But What i really want is those speeds to be permanent, in other words I dont want to have to set them again using a software..Basically I want this to be a 9700PRO.. Any Ideas?

Please let me know Thanks! Will Appreciate it greatly! :D
Use ATIflash to save the bios from the card. Use RadEdit 1.1D to Edit the bios clocks of the saved bios then save it and flash the card with it.

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