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Well in ATI tool I got my new OC higher than ever and I clicked set clock. Turned off my computer then came back and it was back at defaults!!!!!!!!!!!!! How do u get it to save ur clock. I clicked set clock.
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You need to use RadLinker, install that and right click on the desktop, go to RadLinker, and click "set" and "use current" it will give you confirmation notices to tell you it did it.
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Originally Posted by simon741
Well in ATI tool I got my new OC higher than ever and I clicked set clock. Turned off my computer then came back and it was back at defaults!!!!!!!!!!!!! How do u get it to save ur clock. I clicked set clock.
Do what you did, but this time use coolbits (download it, if you haven't already) to save those clock settings. Coolbits doesn't need to pass the test because you are already running at those clockspeeds (using ATI Tool). All you have to do is uncheck and then recheck apply fan at startup and then click on "apply" to keep your clocks permanent.
post #4 of 17
Use Riva Tuner for a nVidia card. It will allow to save OC's.
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So you want me to do the oc in ATI tool and then just save it with coolbits right? Can you save it in ATI tool?
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Also is there a way to find out what OC you had before you turned off your computer because I am pissed as hell.
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No way to look up the OC you had before no, sorry. But i'm telling you, if you want to OC and save it, adjust fan speeds, monitor hardware all with one app, get the latest Rivatuner.
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NO, is there a way to save it in ATI Tool?
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NO, is there a way to save it in ATI Tool?
Create a new profile at the top of the first screen after applying the clock changes. Then go through settings and startup and set that profile to boot with and get ATITool to run on startup. You can even get ATITool to close itself down after applying the clock changes as well.
Also, if you look in the ATITool log file you'll find the settings you lost. Just go through My Computer and locate the file that way.
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btw, why are you using ATItool for an Nvidia card, why not use coolbits?
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