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Which version are you using am using 2.09 so you don't need to disable driver signing.
Downloaded the newest one.. 2.09 I believe. Did you not have any issues?
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I've done a lot of playing about with this on my 2900xt's since the folding gpu2 client came out. There's a problem with the dll's in the client which means it can't force 3dclocks when folding on a 2900xt....

I couldn't force 3d clocks on the desktop in Vista x64 with either ATI tool (Hates Vista 64) or Riva Tuner. Riva tuner would overclock but would not use 3d clocks unless I was gaming.

The only way around this I could find is.....

1. Raise the voltage to 1.2v in ATI tool or Riva Tuner (Whatever you prefer). You need to raise the voltage first or step 2 will crash your card as it keeps the default voltage of 1.0v which cannot run 850Mhz.

2. Set the 2d clock to 850 Mhz using AMD GPU clock tool.

Or....

Flash the bios to 850Mhz.
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Okay. I disabled the driver enforcement by using F8 on Windows boot. Now ATITool will start however it shows me this when I first open it and I cannot change or apply any different clocks:
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Okay. I disabled the driver enforcement by using F8 on Windows boot. Now ATITool will start however it shows me this when I first open it and I cannot change or apply any different clocks:
Unfortunately ATI tool will not work in Vista 64.
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Okay. I disabled the driver enforcement by using F8 on Windows boot. Now ATITool will start however it shows me this when I first open it and I cannot change or apply any different clocks:
My fault... ATITool does NOT have signed drivers. You need to use RivaTuner which does have a digital signature. You can overclock your 2D settings with it.
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My fault... ATITool does NOT have signed drivers. You need to use RivaTuner which does have a digital signature. You can overclock your 2D settings with it.
The only program that will let me actually change the 2D clock settings appears to be the AMD GPU Clock tool, however there is no option to raise the voltage for 2D mode in that program. From what I've seen the only program that will do that is ATITool, but it wont run in Vista X64?
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The only program that will let me actually change the 2D clock settings appears to be the AMD GPU Clock tool, however there is no option to raise the voltage for 2D mode in that program. From what I've seen the only program that will do that is ATITool, but it wont run in Vista X64?
Change the voltage in Riva then change the clock in AMD GPU.
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Change the voltage in Riva then change the clock in AMD GPU.
You can't change ATI voltage in Riva tuner from what I've read, only nVidia.
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You can change the voltage in Riva or ATI tool in Vista 64.

It's just the clock settings with those tools that are screwy, voltage works fine (did for me anyway)
Edited by glenbuck1914 - 3/28/09 at 9:34am
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You can change the voltage in Riva or ATI tool in Vista 64. I know cos I've done it.

It's just the clock settings with those tools that are screwy, voltage works fine (did for me anyway)
Where did you go to set the voltage in Riva?

Also, if I start ATITool in compatibility mode for Server 2003, it displays the clock frequencys correctly. However, I cannot change them from the 500/500 stock 2D settings. I am able to change the voltage because the GPU temps go up a few degrees when I change from 1 to 1.2 and hit apply in ATITool.

After I had the voltages changed, I ran AMD GPU Clock and tried to up the 2D voltage and the system froze. Any ideas?
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