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    ATI Tray Tools and ATITool: two different programs

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    This overclocking program is compatible with both Nvidia and AMD cards, and is interesting for at least one reason: it integrates a 3D rendering animation that allows you to evaluate the quality of the overclock, that is to find out whether or not artifacts are generated. It also has a function capable of detecting the maximum frequency supported by the GPU, a bit like the auto-overclocking function found in the Catalyst drivers.



    You can download the latest version from techpowerup.com.

    ATI Tray Tools: Solo AMD

    This application is placed in the system tray (this is where the name comes from) and is dedicated to AMD (ATI) cards. There is only one small problem with this program: the automatic maximum frequency detection function is a little too optimistic, and often causes crashes. Like other applications, it allows you to save overclock profiles, which can be easily loaded according to the running program; you can then set a profile for when you play and another profile for when you surf the internet, a situation where the power of the graphics card is not needed.



    Ray Adams, the developer of ATI Tray Tools, keeps his utility updated on Guru3D.

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