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Overclocking the Radeon 9700 in osX?


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Is there at tool that can overclock the Radeon 9700 GPU under osX like the Radlinker under windows?

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ATiccellerator (PowerPC).

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Heh, I fried my 9700 when I tried to overclock it.... good luck!

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New001: Cheers mate!

kDay: My Radeon 9800 Pro has been overclokced since the day I got it ;)

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New001: Cheers mate!

kDay: My Radeon 9800 Pro has been overclokced since the day I got it :dev:

We all aren't as lucky as you. The card isn't completely broken. It just displays artifacts like mad... even if I underclock it.

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Kday: have you tried to measure the temps on the ram and the GPU?


Aitccelerator installed, but I cannot launch the aticcelerator pane :angry:

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Aitccelerator installed, but I cannot launch the aticcelerator pane :D

Same problem...

Maybe it doesn't know to open with Rosetta?

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I wouldn't let an application that is emulated overclock my graphics card that is running a hacked kext... It has to flash your card in order to do so (at least that was how it was done with Nvidia cards...) and if it messes up, your card is toast.

I OC'ed my Geforce FX 5200 like mad in my old Powermac but I would never do it with an application that goes through an emulation layer. Maybe if you contact the dev he will port it.

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We all aren't as lucky as you. The card isn't completely broken. It just displays artifacts like mad... even if I underclock it.



This means ur VRAM is corrupted. Happened to two cards of mine. Geforce 4 Ti4600 ( I got it replaced...Warranty) and a ATI 9600(Lying in the closet, if ne one wants it.)





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