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When I load up ATT, it says the default in the bios is 500gpu/600mem, but it should be 650/775. The voltages are all lower too. I think it's showing the marks for 2D, which fits with whats in the X1900XTX to toxic flash post on here.

Question is, how do I know when it's showing the 2d and when the 3d settings?
If I start a 3d app, like COD4, with it set @ 634/792 and what should be the 3d voltages, will it jump higher to go to 3d, putting it over the top and blowing up my card? cause that would seriously suck.

Thanks for any input.
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When I load up ATT, it says the default in the bios is 500gpu/600mem, but it should be 650/775. The voltages are all lower too. I think it's showing the marks for 2D, which fits with whats in the X1900XTX to toxic flash post on here.

Question is, how do I know when it's showing the 2d and when the 3d settings?
If I start a 3d app, like COD4, with it set @ 634/792 and what should be the 3d voltages, will it jump higher to go to 3d, putting it over the top and blowing up my card? cause that would seriously suck.

Thanks for any input.
Did you flash the Bios?
The voltage will change to the bios setting for 3d speeds, no need to worry unless you increased them.

At any rate you can monitor the voltages with Rivatuner and ATItool.

You may have to activate a plugin with Rivatuner, ATItool has a monitoring function built in.
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Nevermind. For some reason ATT won't oc as high. I'll just use ATI tool. Thanks for the reply.
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post #4 of 5
Same thing happens to me. I will start using ATI Tool also... Not a huge deal
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That's probably just the 2D clock settings. Most cards will slow themselves down when you're not gaming.
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