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Old 12-02-2006, 12:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if I can use ATITool to OC my 7000gt's in SLI?

If I can't use that, is there another program I should be using?
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ATItool can only be used to overclovk ati cards. However you can use it to scan for artifacts with any ati or NVIDIA card.

A really good program to use for oc'ing your 7900's is RivaTuner
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ATItool can only be used to overclovk ati cards. However you can use it to scan for artifacts with any ati or NVIDIA card.

The beta version of atitool work's for oc'ing nvidia card's too I use it all the time.
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indeed it does. i think the beta is about 6 months old. ironically for me the artifact scanner doesn't work at all, only the overclocking features .
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use powerstrip to overclock and ati tool to scan for artifacts.
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o huh, ya I dont have the beta version. I will have to look into it
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I use ATI Tool for my 7900 GT, so you can overclock nvidia cards with it.
I've had no experience with SLI though, so I'm not sure how different overclocking is
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i use coolbits.reg . works great! just google : NVidia Coolbits.reg
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