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Best program to OC ATI Fans,

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  • Radeon
  • Fan
  • ATI
  • Graphics
Last response: in Graphics Cards
March 6, 2008 7:39:46 AM

I want to crank the fan up on my 3870x2, so I downloaded ATI TOOL. I couldnt find anywhere where you can crank the fans. Anyone have any suggestions?

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March 6, 2008 9:15:56 AM

i just use rivatuner
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March 6, 2008 12:50:38 PM

I would totally love to use Rivatuner, but it is not compatible at this moment with the new ATI drivers or the 3870x2. Any programs besides ATI tool.
March 6, 2008 1:32:09 PM

ATI tool won't install for a Diamond 3870; says "no ATI product found."

...yeah, Diamond bytes big bonez
March 6, 2008 3:56:37 PM

I used ATI Tray Tools on my last car, x1900xtx. I liked it much better than ATI Tools. Not sure if it has support for the 3870 though.
March 7, 2008 4:58:05 AM

Tray tools doesnt let you OC the fans, which is basically all I need to do. Thanks tho
March 7, 2008 5:15:52 AM

If you have 3870/3850, the best tool will be Rivatuner 2.07.
March 7, 2008 10:09:40 AM

I just installed Rivatuner 2.07 last night, my hope being it will allow me to control the fan on my Diamond 3870. Well, so far I can't use it to control the fan on my Asus EAH3850; I can define launch items and do it manually, but the [+] to add threshholds to the monitor (e.g. for Core Temp) is missing. The fan runs at 100% all the time. It's a VERY quiet fan, so I don't plan to go back to Rivatuner 2.06 which worked, but this option would not work for the 3870, which has a very loud fan.
Can a Zalman vf-700 be used on a 3870?
March 7, 2008 11:47:30 AM

I really wish ATI would include this sort of control in the CCC. I too would like to up my fan speed. If Riva and ATI tools can do it, I think ATI should be able to figure out a way.