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post #11 of 19
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and where is this "current clocks" area? sorry, I've looked all over in ATITool and can't find it.

Note I'm running ATItool v0.25 Beta 10
It's in the top right corner of the ATITool control panel (window that you see right away when ATITool launches) I would reccommend upgrading to beta 16 though just to stay up to date
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post #12 of 19
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is there a way to force it to be at full mode 24/7 and 3dmode?

i even tried to download a 3d background and usethat while checking the specs of the card.. and it dont change

so how do u go about ocing a card if it goes up automaticaly when it needs to :S?
Even though you can keep it 24/7, I wouldn't recommend blasting your card at that setting 24/7. Mainly because it generates unnecessary heat and especially when you don't need it [when you're not playing intensive 3d games or doing other types of work]. My word of advice
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I have the same probelm. I read online that the card needs a 450w psu and 30amps on the +12v rail. I have a 650 with 20a and its running at 506 core and 594 mem. I ordered a ocz powerstream with 33a on +12v rail and hopefully it will fix the probelm. I will let you guys know.
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Check my FAQ about overclocking those cards with ATITool. This FAQ is based on Beta 14.

It's not a good idea to run them at 3D clocks 24/7.

I make a 3D profile (overclocked) in ATITool and use it when I play games. You can configue ATITool also to switch automatically upon recognition between 2D and 3D .
    
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this might sound like a stupid question ... but is ati tool better than the overclock utility that comes with ccc.... i am thinking about giving it a try
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pic shows current wondering if it would be worth a shot to try ati tool
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this might sound like a stupid question ... but is ati tool better than the overclock utility that comes with ccc.... i am thinking about giving it a try
Yes in general ATI tool is a little better. Comes more to user preference though.
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is that all i will need or will i need to downlaod other software to work with the ati tool?...thanx
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CCC loosens the GDDR timings quite a bit.... thus ATITool will be better for the memory overclock.
    
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