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How does Ati Tool overclock now, Driver or low level?

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I *think* its driver level from start, so no settings to change?

Im tempted to go back to ATi Tool instead of ATi Tray Tools because the guy can't/won't add the last core voltage for X1900s.

So is it driver level so we don't have the annoying clock change issue?
 
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Wizzard stated till today that Atitool is low level overclocker.
 

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Well technically the phase invertors are reprogrammed to identify the flux change in the low level atoms, controlling the incoming voltage at sub atomic level, thus amplifying the crystal to regenerate higher timings. The tricky part however is to stabilize any radioactive interference from the overwhelming heat created by the particles zipping through the GPU causing the lawn mower effect… J/K :)

I do believe W1zz has master both ...
 
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it's a mix of both
 

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Well technically the phase invertors are reprogrammed to identify the flux change in the low level atoms, controlling the incoming voltage at sub atomic level, thus amplifying the crystal to regenerate higher timings. The tricky part however is to stabilize any radioactive interference from the overwhelming heat created by the particles zipping through the GPU causing the law mower effect… J/K :)
:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

I do believe W1zz has master both ...
:respect: :respect: :respect:
 
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Well technically the phase invertors are reprogrammed to identify the flux change in the low level atoms, controlling the incoming voltage at sub atomic level, thus amplifying the crystal to regenerate higher timings. The tricky part however is to stabilize any radioactive interference from the overwhelming heat created by the particles zipping through the GPU causing the law mower effect… J/K :)
Are you working for North Korea?

Regards,
Arto.
 

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Oy Vay!
 

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i believe is working for Iran :laugh:
pfft ... both :slap: ... didn't you see the Norths missile launch? That was my gyro from Toys-R-Us....

I think the latest pre-beta have been working well with use of both the driver and low-level... :rockout: