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No way to use seperate 2D/3D clocks?


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Well, I thought I should try to overclock my X1950XTX a bit. Downloaded latest ATITools and set it to suspend ATI's services but to resume them when closing. 3D clocks are detected at startup, but when I set them and then close the program it won't go back to 2D clocks. I can ofcourse disable ATI's services and only use one clock, but I would rather not. The card does 745/1100 (haven't tried more) easy with 1.525 VGPU. It idles about ~40-42C and reaches mid/high 60's under load, seems pretty decent in a near silent setup.

 

So, is there any known way of using seperate 2D/3D clocks when overclocking?

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the only way I know of is to use the CCC from ATI as it will set 2d and 3d clocks separately on an X1950.

 

Thanks Angry, didn't think of it. But CCC doesn't let me adjust voltages, does it? Also, I don't use CCC, only display drivers and ATI Tray tools, really don't like CCC and .NET framework. Been looking around and it seems to be the only way, guess I'll have to live with having the card overclocked 24/7 :tooth:

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