That's a very strange situation. My overclocking settings are fully functual. Here are some brief suggestions,
>Try reinstalling the drivers completely. Delete the folder that contains previous settings and freshly install a new one.
>Somehow your card cannot be overlocked? There are certainly other programs out there. Try subsituting AtiTool instead?
>Briefly browse through tray tool whether you accidently disabled overclocking. Advance tweaking, profiles, etc. are some suggestions.
Well I hope this helps...Good luck.
Try installing the Omega Drivers for your card. It comes with a copy of ATi Tool which allows you to overclock your card as well. Perfect blend in my opinion. Optimized drivers with an overclocking program.
i used to use ati tool and it worked well, although i hav heard good things about tray tool and it comes with the ngo drivers im trying. this is a clean install and the second time it has been greyed out. may have to go back to using ati tool but i hate to not figure something out. any other ideas?
Well, I don't see much difference between Ati tool and the tray tool of Overclocking capabilities. It pretty much is the same. I actaully run both the same time! I d favor the Tray Tool's FPS speculation while playing games. The top right corner is pretty cool. In the end, overclocking is very similiar.
In the overclocking settings, there are three categories.
All of these is within AtiTool! They are very similiar..
yeah i was happy with ati tools overclocking but i have heard about tray tool and the fps, screenshots and some other junk that is supposed to be nice. anyway it sounds like it is not supposed to be grey so i will uninstall again and hunt down all files along with try a different set of drivers. thanks.
if anyone else wondered the problem was with ngo driver installer. it installed the ati tray tools and disabled overclocking for some reason. i installed it myself and there is an option to do so but you just leave it unchecked and woila!
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