Rage3D Tweak CCC v1.1
Rage3D Tweak CCC is a brand new tweak application that integrates directly into ATI's Catalyst Control Center (CCC) driver application and adds key tweak functions to the existing interface. This tweaker has been developed in the spirit of the former Rage3D Tweak application we developed and supported over the last many years. This application is a plug-in which consists of two new tree elements which will appear under a Rage3D heading in the advanced display view of the CCC. The two new sections are: Overclocking, and OC Testing.
Our goal is to have Rage3D Tweak CCC implement all of your most often used tweak functionality into an easy to use, easy to access, plug-in right within the CCC driver control application. The Overclocking display allows complete control of clock speeds for all Radeon cards supported by the CCC. Core and Memory clocks can be changed independently. The clock step can also be changed from this screen to enable finer control over the clock speed increments.
OC Testing enables automatic testing of maximum core and memory clock speeds. The display consists of a realtime 3D rendering window which is used to heat up the graphics card and check for artifacts during the rendering test period. When one of the clock test buttons is clicked, the 3D display turns red to indicate a test is in progress and increments the tested clock speed at an interval specified by the displayed slider. The clock speeds are increased incrementally at user selected interval. Longer testing intervals will result in more accurate clock speed testing.
- Catalyst 5.8 Catalyst Control Center
- Windows 2000
- Windows XP
- Updated to support Catalyst 5.8 drivers. Each driver release will have its own Rage3D Tweak install now while ATI continues to change the CCC interfaces, so this will be v1.1 Cat5.8. There will be one for Cat5.9 etc.
- Removed the GameUtil section while ATI continues to change CCC. May add back that functionality in a future version.
- Changed the program so GameUtil is no longer used for per-game overclocking. Now just save your clock speeds in the CCC game profile functionality and apply the profiles to games as you do with other CCC profiles.
- Initial version.