TechPowerUp Radeon Bios Editor v.1.24

Version: 1.24Size: 19.76 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows 2000/XP/2003/XP 64-bit/2003 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/2008/2008 64-bit/7/7 64-bit/2008 R2

TechPowerUp Radeon Bios Editor v.1.24 is a tool which helps you over-/underclocking and tuning your recent ATI video card. Unlike other programs as Rivatuner for example, RBE will provide a modified version of your video card's original BIOS that you can flash upon your video card.

Latest Changes:

  • Added 58x0 and 5970 GPU voltage control.
  • Added memory voltage control where available (i.e. all cards that utilize a VT1165 in order to control memory voltage, such as 4890, 5870 and 5970 [as far as I know]).
  • Added GPU voltage control for cards utilizing a L6788A chip. Most 4770s and 5770s use them. Hey, better late than never! :-) Unfortunately, 5670 and 5750 reference design cards can not be supported because their UP6201 chip does not support external programming.
  • Fixed subvendor-display on 5xx0 cards.
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