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ATITool 0.0.23 Released!

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#1 noroom


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 21:06

Changes in this version:

Added memory timings editor support for R430 and R480
From this version on the installer will be able to detect a running ATITool instance
Button "Mem" is now disabled when no ATI card detected
"Delta of 0 in 0 (- avg). No errors for mm:ss.xx" message reworded to "No errors for mm:ss.xx"
Logo is shown in the main window when temp. monitoring is inactive
Fixed broken X800SE temp. monitoring
Added save file dialog to dump bios
Added support for M28, R430, R480, R423GL
Added temp. monitoring option "show default icon in tray"
Added hw monitoring support for Abit uGuru (AA8, AG8, AI7, AN7, AS8, AV8, KV8)
Added support for Abit RX600
Added hw monitoring support for LM87, ADM1022, ADM1024, ADM1025, ADM1028, THMC50, FMS2701, NE1619
Added option to use "old scanning method"
Fixed issues in "Startup" settings
Added Catalyst AI support for 4.9 drivers
Added detection/overclocking/mem timings support for X800 SE AGP
Fixed crash issue on non-ATI cards
Added support for changing Catalyst AI settings
Fix for incorrect TAA detection with ATI Catalyst Control Center
Installer will now detect running ATIToolHooks.dll and mark it to be replaced at reboot
Installer will now detect running ATITool and ask to close it
Added M10 support to memory timings editor
Minor improvements to artifact scanning and detection
Added removal of Macrovision detection from analog input recording driver
Fixed crash when year>2038 (#81)
Added GPU temp. graph to main window
Reorganized user interface and 2D/3D profiles, feedback please
Added Catalyst version display
Fixed artifacts sometimes not cleared between scans
Added minimize on close option
Minor changes to the Hardware Monitoring page
Added experimental Hardware Monitoring settings page
Added HDD temperature to AAM page
More fixes and informational messages to HDD AAM
Fixed GPF when no suitable 3D device was found
Fixes to 3D detection .. seems that 3DMark01 and Warcraft 3 problems are fixed now
Rendering window can no longer be resized, there's no stress gained from a bigger window anyways
Selection defaults to first HDD in AAM page
Added Harddisk Acoustic Management - yeah I know, not ATI related :)
Improved artifact detection on X800
Improved scanning on PS2.0 cards, you should get much higher temperatures now. Please verify that ATITool still works on non-ps2.0 cards.
Revamped memory timings editor: added support for R300, R350, R360, R420, RV350, RV360, RV370, RV380, RV410
Fixed RV410 detection and overclocking
The clock rate input boxes now allow "," as decimal seperator, too
Fixed multiple "Scan for artifacts running 00:00:00" messages
Normal users can now use ATITool and get the settings the Administrator has chosen when he ran ATITool with his account, changes to settings made by normal users are not saved.
Could not write to log file message will no longer pop up multiple times.
If MBM is not running, but is needed to send temp. data to it, ATITool will try to connect to MBM every 10 seconds.
Added "Click here to change" to font display in Settings -> Temp. Monitoring
Fixed AIW TV Tuner broken when ATITool is installed on the system (#8)
2D Profile will be set to "disabled" after changing video cards.
Fixed race condition which resulted in a crash at quit sometimes
Reenabled Fan Control for 9600, seems to work on some cards.
Fixed wrong logging of set clock rates (#42)


#2 JohnO


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 21:08

I wish nvidia had a tool as amazing as this

#3 vetstncttr908


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 21:09

http://www.neowin.ne...920&hl=ATI Tool ;)

#4 Hypoxiaicon


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 21:12

Been using it for a few days now.

Only difference I notice is the Huge ATiTool Banner ;)

#5 Rogue`



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Posted 16 January 2005 - 23:03

I prefer ATi Tray Tools :)

#6 vetbangbang023


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Posted 17 January 2005 - 00:05

http://www.neowin.ne...920&hl=ATI Tool ;)

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