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RivaTuner worked great. Just annoying that I have to click Yes for Admin permissions every time I start my computer. Thank you!
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So I've tried ATITOOL to Overclock my Radeon HD 4350. It simply can't keep up, and I don't have access to anything better yet, so I'm attempting to overclock and deal with it till my birthday comes around.

But when I download ATITOOL, Windows claims that they wont run the Driver Software cause it lacks a certain 'digital signature'

This happens with Everest Tempature Guard too, it will simply say that no driver software can be added if the system can't verify the publisher/sender/author etc.

So...*** do I do? Am I stuck with a graphics card that runs World of Warcraft on Medium?

Anyone else have this problem? Did you overcome it? How?
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That's a Year and a half old thread! Just go with MSI Afterburner these days. It's RivaTuner based and is developed by guru3d (or by MSI and guru3d, not exactly sure). Other good choice is EVGA Precision but it has fewer options then Afterburner (or at least had few months ago when I checked). Both work fine on all brand and make cards.
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My problem is that when I try to overclock my CPU or GPU, it claims that the driver software can't be run due to digital signature being missing

???

I've been told in other areas that it's pretty much unavoidable, and that I'll need a custom built PC in order to overclock without worrying about roadblocks.

Is this true?
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post #105 of 110
I've got this problem as well. I don't think it's anything to do with a custom built PC, it's just the fact that the driver hasn't been signed so Windows won't let you run it.

I'm sure there's a guide out there on signing drivers (I seem to remember I had to do that for PeerGuardian under Windows 7 64bit).
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post #106 of 110
MSI Afterburner works perfect too. It's easy to use when it comes to overclocking your GPU. The Beta version also comes with a game capture module and overlay.
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Originally Posted by dvijaydev46 View Post
MSI Afterburner works perfect too. It's easy to use when it comes to overclocking your GPU. The Beta version also comes with a game capture module and overlay.
Thanks man
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post #108 of 110
This thread is great

But I seem to be having a very bad time at it though

For the past year or so I 've had the same problem with overclocking my GPUs and that's "graphics driver corruption" This happens every time I oc my GPU/S and it's really annoying. If anyone can help I'd be very appreciative

Important Info
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OS: Windows 7 64Bit
RAM: Always 4GB or more
Drivers: Constantly checked and applied them (or rolled them back as the case may be)
Programs Used: GPU Tweak, Smart Doctor, MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision

GPUs tested:
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GT240
GTX550Ti
GTX560
GTX570
post #109 of 110
If you get graphics driver corruption while overclocking, you are pushing it too much. But you may also want to do a clean reinstall of the GPU driver as explained here are try OCing again.
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OK Guys! Ya'll may have a real project here! I've never owned any kind of fancy graphics card, much less overclocked one. I just installed my new Asus GTX560 DCII TOP and have absolutely no idea what I'm doing. I want to overclock this thing for Folding. I'm a member of team Birds of Prey in Team Competition. I won't be playing any kind of video games or anything, just running F@H 24/7. I need the maximum overclock I can get that will be stable for this. I've downloaded MSI afterburner and 3DMark11. I've read that I need to clock my GPU first a small amount at a time before I increase anything else. Beyond that I'm as lost as I can be! Anybody got any wisdom to bestow upon me?
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