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Ati tool changing stuffs.

Discussion in 'ATITool' started by gohcj99, Dec 31, 2007.

  1. gohcj99 New Member

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    WTA.Does Ati tool by default increase anything because i just need ati tool for fan control.

    Does AT increase voltage by default ?
     
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    no, it should read your voltage. And it may not be reading your card correctly...need more info from your end man...too vague of question with no info to help support it (i.e. hardware , drivers, OS, overclocked or not...etc...). I use ATI Tool only for Fan Speeds on my XTX, and it works fine...it does not change my voltages or clocks unless I tell it to. Also depending on your card, you may have 2D and 3D clocks, as the 2D are lower to conserve power and reduce heat.

    Fill out your system specs please. See mine for an idea. :toast:
     
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    GC : X1900GT (Stock)

    Driver : Ati 6.7

    How to check your voltage ?
     
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    Settings Button, Voltage Control tab. You may or may not have that option, I don't know for GT's, I know XT's and XTX's have software voltage control. Research more about your card. A TPU user here by the name of Theonetruewill was successful with a 1900GT.

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    Ok,thanks.
     
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