Re: Program to overclock my 4850 on win 7
MSI Afterburner works with ATi cards but you really don't even need that. Right click, open the ATI Control Panel, and bring up the ATi Overdrive tab. The control panel has overclocking built right in. Click the lock if it is locked to unlock the settings and then you can control your core and RAM speeds as well as your fan speed. MSI Afterburner adds the ability to adjust the core voltage if your card is supported (you need a reference board to get voltage control, some of the third party PCB designs do not have the same voltage controller that the reference design does).