Monday, November 19, 2007

AMD Overdrive 2.10 and AMD Overdrive 2.0.7, v 2.0.3 Download

AMD Overdrive 2.0.7 Download
The ATI bods have long built an Overdrive feature into their graphics card drivers, allowing for some clock-pumping overclocking action to boost performance. Well, in the light of increased competition from Chipzilla, it seems that AMD could well be taking a lesson from its Canadian cousins and including such a feature with new Phenom processors.
A screenshot out of China shows an overclocking programme, released by AMD, that allows for Phenom's four cores to be adjusted independently, giving the maximum performance for each chip.

AMD guys are especially proud of using digital Digital Voltage Regulation to control voltage and amps in miliseconds. However, this mode will probably remain locked to regular consumers.
AMD does not have locked-locked multiplier on any of its CPUs, as some stories suggest. The multiplier on both AMD and Intel chipsets can always be clocked downwards, since AMD's marchitecture dictates that the clock speed is derived by lowering the multiplier and keeping the clock of HyperTransport on the high, unlike original Intel's concept of having the same multiplier and cutting down the FSB clock.
As far as situation is right now, both companies have multiplier unlocked downwards, and moving it upwards is reserved for "Black Edition" or "Extreme Edition" models. So, playing around with HT1 (in case of 790FX motherboards and Athlon 64 processors) or HT3 clocks (Phenom X4/X3/X2) with lowering multiplier or keeping it the same will result in nice overclocking scores.

OverDrive now 2.0.7 and 2.0.9 two versions, one in 32 - bit XP and 64 - bit Vista for testing. It must be noted that in Vista administrators rights are required.

Test Platform:
Processor: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000 + Black Edition
Radiator: Zalman CNPS9500AM2 Edition
Memory: Corsair Dominator PC2-10000C5D 1024MB × 2
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-MA790FX - DQ6
Drives: Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 250GB 16MB
Recorder: Samsung DVD-RW SATA
Display: Dell 2407 WFP-HC
Zotac 8800GTX AMP! Edition
Zotac 8800GT AMP! Edition
ATI Radeon HD 2900XT 512MB GDDR3
Club3D Radeon HD 2900XT 512MB GDDR3
PowerColor 2400XT
HIS 2600XT IceQ Edition
Sapphire Atlantis HD 2600X2 Dual

The latest version 2.0.10 works on 790 chipsets only.

Product: AMD Overdrive
System Req: AMD Series 7 motherboard, WinXP/Vista
Price: Free download


AMD Overdrive 2.0.3 [4.61 MB]: - Mirror1 - Mirror2 - Mirror

AMD Overdrive 2.0.7 [4.81 MB]: AODSetup_2.0.7.MSI - Mirror:

AMD Overdrive 2.10 [5.50 MB]: AMD Overdrive 2.10.msi (only for AMD R700 Chipsets RS740(770), RS780(780), RD790 - 790X & 790FX) Mirror - Mirrors

MSI Direct Download:

AMD Overdrive AOD in general provides users the ability to maximize the capability, flexibility, and adjustability of the AMD processor and chipset products; it allows user to tune parameters to ensure system stability, optimize performance, and control cooling/acoustic characteristics. The target of AOD is to provide an all-in-one utility which can deliver all-around stellar operation.

v 2.0.7

v 2.1.0

MSI Dual Core Center
• Key components status hardware monitor
• Monitor the Dual Core CPU each unit status
• D.O.T. Technology up to 12% improvement
• Optimize System status define
• Adjustable & monitor with "Dual CoreCenter" on windows system
• Auto speed up with system loading change
• 5 environment mode and 3 user define mode
• Combine with VGA CoreCell 3D, totally called "Dual CoreCell"
• If you are using an ATI graphic card, you must install ver. 8.26 driver and its additional applications to make Dual CoreCenter works normally. It is better to use recommended installation while installing an ATI VGA driver.


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