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overclocking tool hits the 4870/4850

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July 8, 2008 2:52:29 PM

AMD's GPU Clock Tool gets HD 4800 support Print E-mail
Written by Slobodan Simic
Tuesday, 08 July 2008 14:15

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Version 0.9.8

The latest version of AMD's GPU Clock Tool gets support for the latest ATI graphics cards, the HD 4800 series.

The new version can be found over at overclex.net forum, and according to the post that can be found there, it comes with more options and settings than you could find in the rather limited Catalyst Control Center.

According to what we could see there are no obvious changes to the program itself. You can find the overclex.net forum post here.


http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&ta...

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July 8, 2008 3:01:54 PM

if you use this please post your results and temperature
July 8, 2008 3:12:25 PM

It apparently overrides the overdrive settings where you change the fan speeds and you get your heat problems again. I would avoid this and settle for 790/1100 or whatever the OC max is for right now until the RivaTuner supports the 4800s.

Edit: I haven't used the tool so this is a second hand information. Someone should try it and confirm that it overrides the fan speed tweak in the overdrive profile. I am going to wait until people report OCs anyway so I don't go overboard and fry my precious :p 
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July 8, 2008 3:53:09 PM


Does anyone know if ATT supports these cards ? Im getting conflicting info on the web.

Mactronix
July 8, 2008 7:16:24 PM

mactronix said:
Does anyone know if ATT supports these cards ? Im getting conflicting info on the web.

Mactronix


does ati support ati cards i should think so
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July 9, 2008 7:22:20 AM


I will asume from that answer that you dont know then ?
Thanks all the same.
Mactronix