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i just decided to OC my gpu again, and it doesnt let me change from driver level to low level, when i try to find max for gpu it speeds to as far as it will go and says reached maximum value, then it lets me change to low level, what do i do to get it to low level when ocing?

im using ati tray tools
 

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I really don't get what you're asking...you want to lower the speed, but it won't let you?
 

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i want to use lower level for overclocking not driver level, because driver level doesnt work, if you are familiar with att you'll understand
 

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there is some setting in ATItraytools, or ATItool, that disables driver signing, what others do to overclock thee x1950 pro's. But I can't remember where its at or if ATItraytools has it for sure. ATItool I am pretty sure has it as I heard others using to to overclock their 2900's. I would read up on both programs documentation to see which or if both have it.
 
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