ATI Overclock
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Description:

#ATI Overclock for Linux 0.3#
#author: Marco Di Antonio#
#additional features: Fabrizio Di Marco#

This is a GUI for Overclocking your ATI video card. It uses rovclock as a backend. DO ALL AT YOUR OWN RISK!

DEPENDENCIE: kommander


1) copy the file "rovclock" from root in /usr/bin/
2) launch ati-overclock.kmdr
3) overclock or underclock your card at your own risk!


Cards reported to work:

Radeon 7500
Radeon 8500
Radeon 9000
Radeon 9100
Radeon 9500 (Pro)
Radeon 9550
Radeon 9600
Mobility FireGL T2
Mobility Radeon 9600 M10
Radeon 9700 (Pro)
Radeon X800XL
Last changelog:

10 years ago

version 0.3 26/10/2006

- your core/memory clocks will now be display automatically

- the fglrx driver will now display automatically the info

him

10 years ago

What did i wrong?

1. copied the rovclock in /usr/bin
him@ubuntu:~/Desktop/ati-overclock$ sudo cp rovclock /usr/bin/

2. make ati-overclock.kmdr launchable
him@ubuntu:~/Desktop/ati-overclock$ chmod +x ati-overclock.kmdr

3. launch ati-overclock.kmdr
him@ubuntu:~/Desktop/ati-overclock$ ./ati-overclock.kmdr
./ati-overclock.kmdr: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `*'
./ati-overclock.kmdr: line 1: `*!DOCTYPE UI** *UI version="3.0" stdsetdef="1"**'

(because of HTML-code:)
* = <
** = >

Once again.
What the hell did i wrong?
thx him :)


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bulletxt

10 years ago

you must have installed kommander. then simply click on ati-overclock.kmdr. if nothing happens, open konsole and write "kmdr-executor ati-overclock.kmdr". that's it

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him

10 years ago

Thankyou!

ati overglock is running now.
But i think rovclock does not send the correct data:
http://www.directupload.net/file/d/976/GcUKkA2E_png.htm

The Output of rovclock:
Radeon overclock 0.6e by Hasw (hasw@hasw.net)

Found ATI card on 07:00, device id: 0x7100
I/O base address: 0xac00
Video BIOS shadow found @ 0xc0000
Invalid reference clock from BIOS: 0.0 MHz
Memory size: 524288 kB
Memory channels: 0, CD,CH only: 0
tRcdRD: 3
tRcdWR: 1
tRP: 3
tRAS: 6
tRRD: 1
tR2W-CL: 1
tWR: 1
tW2R: 0
tW2Rsb: 0
tR2R: 1
tRFC: 13
tWL(0.5): 0
tCAS: 0
tCMD: 0
tSTR: 0
XTAL: 27.0 MHz, RefDiv: 13

In all probability the rovclock version 0.6e is NOT compatible with the chipset of the ati x1800xt series.
Maybe the developer of rovclock can release a new version ;)
http://www.hasw.net/linux/
(can someone ask him, i didnt't found his e-mailaddress)


thx him

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him

10 years ago

Thankyou!

ati overglock is running now.
But i think rovclock does not send the correct data:
http://www.directupload.net/file/d/976/GcUKkA2E_png.htm

The Output of rovclock:
Radeon overclock 0.6e by Hasw (hasw@hasw.net)

Found ATI card on 07:00, device id: 0x7100
I/O base address: 0xac00
Video BIOS shadow found @ 0xc0000
Invalid reference clock from BIOS: 0.0 MHz
Memory size: 524288 kB
Memory channels: 0, CD,CH only: 0
tRcdRD: 3
tRcdWR: 1
tRP: 3
tRAS: 6
tRRD: 1
tR2W-CL: 1
tWR: 1
tW2R: 0
tW2Rsb: 0
tR2R: 1
tRFC: 13
tWL(0.5): 0
tCAS: 0
tCMD: 0
tSTR: 0
XTAL: 27.0 MHz, RefDiv: 13

In all probability the rovclock version 0.6e is NOT compatible with the chipset of the ati x1800xt series.
Maybe the developer of rovclock can release a new version ;)
http://www.hasw.net/linux/
(can someone ask him, i didnt't found his e-mailaddress)


thx him

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him

10 years ago

Thankyou!

ati overglock is running now.
But i think rovclock does not send the correct data:
http://www.directupload.net/file/d/976/GcUKkA2E_png.htm

The Output of rovclock:
Radeon overclock 0.6e by Hasw (hasw@hasw.net)

Found ATI card on 07:00, device id: 0x7100
I/O base address: 0xac00
Video BIOS shadow found @ 0xc0000
Invalid reference clock from BIOS: 0.0 MHz
Memory size: 524288 kB
Memory channels: 0, CD,CH only: 0
tRcdRD: 3
tRcdWR: 1
tRP: 3
tRAS: 6
tRRD: 1
tR2W-CL: 1
tWR: 1
tW2R: 0
tW2Rsb: 0
tR2R: 1
tRFC: 13
tWL(0.5): 0
tCAS: 0
tCMD: 0
tSTR: 0
XTAL: 27.0 MHz, RefDiv: 13

In all probability the rovclock version 0.6e is NOT compatible with the chipset of the ati x1800xt series.
Maybe the developer of rovclock can release a new version ;)
http://www.hasw.net/linux/
(can someone ask him, i didnt't found his e-mailaddress)


thx him

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vide

10 years ago

Well, sort fo :P
For instance, why the hell do you have to put a button "view current clock"...it's an information that should automatically displayed in the main window of the program!

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bulletxt

10 years ago

maybe because this is a 0.1 version?

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Divilinux

10 years ago

heem..;)
what is the real risk?..

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bulletxt

10 years ago

lol :P just to be sure I don't get blamed for a wrong overclock :)

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10 years ago

version 0.3 26/10/2006

- your core/memory clocks will now be display automatically

- the fglrx driver will now display automatically the info

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