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Here's a feature list for the new Atiman Uninstaller v7.0.2:

The feature list was kindly provided by Atiman.

 

 
1. Full supported AMD mobo systems.
 
1a.If the program recognize AMD platform, "park" the Procedure, open a Install Manager window that takes us the automatic uninstallation field.
Removing the basic package must be effected through this area where there is only the custom tab.
Select only catalyst driver of the devices.
Once finished, the window will close itself and the process flow of the uninstaller will normally continue.
 
1b.The program will not remove ATI folders and everything that includes AMD files relating to the operation of the mainboard.
 
2. Show on the first page Hardware ID of the system cards.
 
2a.That is necessary and useful, because it so we can see how many "phantom" cards we (if we have) in our system.
 
2b.If there such a card, proposed to quick uninstallation with the key (Q). After uninstalling the need to establish the procedure to obtain these cards.
To do this, you can enter the following commands in a command window "setdevmgr_show_nonpresent_devices = 1" and after "start devmgmt.msc".
In the Device Manager window will open, select 'Show hidden devices', please go to tab Vga Adapters, right click to uninstall any hidden device, and restart.
 
3. Full supported Windows 8 all versions.
 
4.Program remove all the new parameters of ControlSet's, which will come with the next drivers in the future. 
 
 
More safety.
 
In version 7.0.2 we have predicted multiple control methods, so the result is 100% safe, so many that in my opinion is even excessive.
The program provides the basis of the above ..
 
1. Backup of CurrentControlSet and ControlSet's before starting the uninstall process. 
 
2. After uninstalling and before the program closed, it will check each of the critical necessary entries for the safe booting.
 
2a.Check and write indication for each entry, if this is correct and bootable. If a value, at least one field that the current does not agree with properly, then automatically corrects it.
In that case if found a problem throughout the key (loss) is then automatically creates a new key with the necessary data, checking that you created us to know if with the new field the system can "boot".
 
That adjustment is recorded in the log file and easier to read through the log file reader (option E the final menu).
Note: To operate the keypad in the final menu we need to do a simple mouse click our anywhere on the window.
 
3. * If for any reason, found errors that were not corrected, then we notice that the system is unstable.
We can in the search of Windows to give the command "setrestore", which will automatically reinstall the fields of CurrentControlSet and ControlSet's in the state before uninstalling.
This will register parameters that existed when the driver was operating, which we are useless, but as a last resort will make the system bootable.
 
Extra..
 
1.In the windows Start menu, will also find the shortcuts for CCC_control ULPS_control applications.
 
2.Command "showlogs" from windows search .
It is useful to read the uninstaller history log file, delete them, print them and whatever else we want.
 
The most important part of this menu is tab (S) - Copy vbls files to sending [ATI_VBLS] folder.
That key, create a folder in c: called ATI_VBLS and write any necessary data you need to send me someone (all folder), to read if there are any problem in the system.
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Your GPUS are processing at less than 75% of the load. Something is wrong with your Xfire set up.


My gpu at 100% performance with only 1 card.

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Your GPUS are processing at less than 75% of the load. Something is wrong with your Xfire set up.
My gpu at 100% performance with only 1 card.
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Hey SonDa5 hows the performance of the card so far?

I've been on the green side since the HD5xxx series, but the the current 6xx series doesn't seem that impressive to me.

I've got my eye either on this card or the Evga 670 FTW version and will definitely be running full cover waterblocks and SLI or CFX. Anybody here like to give me some opinions?
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Hey SonDa5 hows the performance of the card so far?
I've been on the green side since the HD5xxx series, but the the current 6xx series doesn't seem that impressive to me.
I've got my eye either on this card or the Evga 670 FTW version and will definitely be running full cover waterblocks and SLI or CFX. Anybody here like to give me some opinions?


I go back and forth on what brand to buy.

My last card was GTX 560 ti 448. The HD7950 is a noticeable upgrade in performance and image 3d image quality from GTX 560 ti 448.. Can't really comment on persona usage of the GTX 670 but looking at benchmarks and reviews performance does look similar.


I like the HD7950 because it has more vram and higher memory interface than GTX 670. I've looked at many benchmarks and reviews and to me the HD7950 seems like the better card as far as hardware is concerned. For the price I think you can get better deals on the Hd7950 as well. Software wise performance varies from games and applications.

Ony GTX 670 that I might consider over HD7950 is the MSI Power Edition GTX 670 because it looks like a good over clocker.
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I go back and forth on what brand to buy.
My last card was GTX 560 ti 448. The HD7950 is a noticeable upgrade in performance and image 3d image quality from GTX 560 ti 448.. Can't really comment on persona usage of the GTX 670 but looking at benchmarks and reviews performance does look similar.
I like the HD7950 because it has more vram and higher memory interface than GTX 670. I've looked at many benchmarks and reviews and to me the HD7950 seems like the better card as far as hardware is concerned. For the price I think you can get better deals on the Hd7950 as well. Software wise performance varies from games and applications.
Ony GTX 670 that I might consider over HD7950 is the MSI Power Edition GTX 670 because it looks like a good over clocker.

ahh I see.
How's your 7950? Its based on the 7970 ref PCB right? hmmmm
then I can just grab a 7970 block to use....
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ahh I see.
How's your 7950? Its based on the 7970 ref PCB right? hmmmm
then I can just grab a 7970 block to use....

Sapphire HD7950 950mhz edition is built on reference HD7970 PCB. Any reference HD7970 full cover VGA block should fit fine. (doube check with manufacturer to make sure)
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Therein lies the rub with gpu only. Watercooled vrms FTW. Look at the max vrm temp figures.
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I have similar temps on my HIS card, my sapphire still sky rockets though. It just sky rockets up to about 90c on the sapphire card using extreme benches like furmark.
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I have similar temps on my HIS card, my sapphire still sky rockets though. It just sky rockets up to about 90c on the sapphire card using extreme benches like furmark.

It might be a chil reading problem? The fc7970 is proven to keep vrms under 50c with a temp gun measuring the vrms.
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I had to ask Atiman for this since i do not use any 3d application profiles...
So, no in this case the delay is not valid.
CCC is the "way" to create profiles. It does not need to be open or active for the profiles to work.

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MCW82-7900 has been installed on my Sapphire HD7950 950mhz Edition.

23C ambient temps.

Using Sapphire TRIXX to adjust clocks and voltage.

Just a quick 10 minute test at 1200/1575
VDDC set to 1.131v
Board Power Li at 20

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