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RivaTuner v2.01 Released

Discussion in 'News' started by malware, May 1, 2007.

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    I thought Riva Tuner was a Nvidia based card tuner only? When did they add ATI support?
     
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    Theyve supported ati cards for a while. The first time I ever used it was when I had a ATI 9500 and when I launched RivaTuner it told me that my card could be unlocked to a 9700. So I eventually found the softmod, which led me to TechpowerUp! & ATITool. Wow time flies!
     
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    So does this mean Unwinder is back working on rivatuner, or did someone else pick up where he left off?
     
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    not sure. Hey LiNKiN, you got anew avatar!!
     
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    2.01? thats the final right? or is this a new release? I always liked riva.. so many options.. and fan controll! lol..
     
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    Yea the new version of Rivatunner just had been released. Anyway, no wonder the price of DDR and DDR2 (1GB and 2GB/duel chan.) was dropping like crazy in the last couple of weeks because of the DDR3 coming out on the market.
     
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