Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by Dom, May 1, 2003.
What's the best Radeon OC'ing utility?
They all overclock about the same, the only difference is the extra features they provide.
Radeonator LE is a good no frills o/c utility.
For features go for Radeonator 2.0, Rage3d Tweak, etc..
Can I use this utility with every version of ATI s Radeon?I have got Radeon 8500.
i use Rage3d tweaker. i've tried all and it is the best
My wote goes to Radeonator
All of the above supports radeon 8500.
Get Rage3D. They're the best IMO.
Rage3D has the coolest logo...
Jump back and forth... Rage3D Tweak is the best...
I use radclocker cuz it integrates into the ATI tabs.. I also use RadLinker so I can play every game with specific AA and AF settings without having to manually change the settings for every games.
So does the Rage3D utility.
By some reason I like rivatuner, maybe because I used it before with my GeForce 4 ti 4600, but it does a great job with my R9700 Pro, too.
Hey Smradac, nice nick..
Euphoria:thnx.Do u know what it means? Not many people know that.
Yeah I do, I actually come from that region...
I like the "low level" aspect of rivatuner- It shows you what the "actual" speed is- Some programs let you set the speed to whatever - then the card automatically goes to the next default speed- You can check that by going into 3dmark 03 and looking at the info - it shows you the "real" speed you are running- That's what I did't like about radclocker- that was the only thing I didn't like though.
I' go with rivatuner too. It's very simple to use, and it does the job easy. Plus, it's updated often.
Myself i am currently using powerstrip and i love it!
Can any of you guys tell me where can i dload this overclocking utilities and how much space in megabytes do they take?
P.S.:i was searching on the net for Radeonizer and i found one page that says that developer has stoped working on Radeonizer.
what about powerstrip
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