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June 13, 2011, 07:00:15 PM
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Warning: I do not take any responsibilities for any and all damages caused by running this program, including turning GPUs into paper weights.

Current version: http://www.mediafire.com/?p8dxf28j9qnorza

Run it from command line:
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1. CD to wherever the program is located in.
2. Type "barelyclocked" to see current GPU information.
3. Type "barelyclocked gpu=? core=? memory=? vddc=? fan=?" to set the clocks for specific GPUs. Here, "gpu=?" refers to the number that's displayed for each GPU from line 2, not the device number. Fan speed is in percent, not RPM.
4. To reset (the core, memory, VDDC, and fan speed), type "barelyclocked gpu=? default". If you include any additional arguments, they will be ignored.

The GPU number argument must be the first argument if you're tweaking clocks/voltage, but core/memory/vddc arguments don't have to be there.
VDDC is automatically set to the voltage of the last performance state (the 3D one), if that argument is not present.

I have only tested it on my 5850s.

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June 14, 2011, 02:21:00 AM
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nice work dude

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June 14, 2011, 06:42:52 AM
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Hi! Great work! Testing it now. I hope you could integrate it with your GUI Frontend and have like sliders or even just boxes to apply clock settings.  Smiley

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June 14, 2011, 01:09:27 PM
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Can't get it to work on 6950. It can get values but exits -1 when trying to set.
Will definitely donate if you will fix it.

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June 14, 2011, 01:34:42 PM
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I know it's a bit asking much, but fan control would be great! Working well, tested on a 6850.  Smiley And a way to reset maybe? (command) Your tools will be perfect once integrated to your GUI.

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June 14, 2011, 07:46:37 PM
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Hi! Great work! Testing it now. I hope you could integrate it with your GUI Frontend and have like sliders or even just boxes to apply clock settings.  Smiley
Maybe if I ever bother to switch to tabbed interface, I'll add it.

I know it's a bit asking much, but fan control would be great! Working well, tested on a 6850.  Smiley And a way to reset maybe? (command) Your tools will be perfect once integrated to your GUI.
That was easy. Fan control and reset to default added. Didn't really bother testing them rigorously. Ran it once and those commands did what they are supposed to do.

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Barely Clocked: Clock Speed/Voltage/Fan Speed Tweaking.

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June 15, 2011, 07:23:16 AM
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Can't get it to work on 6950. It can get values but exits -1 when trying to set.
Will definitely donate if you will fix it.
I think it may be related to driver problem. Afterburner can't change RAM frequency. It remains 1250 in monitoring graphs after I decrease it in AB and apply. Not the latest driver nor Catalyst 10.2 works for me. Maybe it's because of 3*6950(unlocked) present in my system

Error looks like this:

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June 15, 2011, 10:10:51 AM
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I found that I can set memory freq, fan speed but have problems setting core and vddc. Removed afterburner and CCC

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June 15, 2011, 03:34:07 PM
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I found it was rejecting changes because of CCC overclocking limits. Have to apply this patch to fix things out

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June 15, 2011, 04:03:22 PM
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Warning: I do not take any responsibilities for any and all damages caused by running this program, including turning GPUs into paper weights.

Current version: http://www.mediafire.com/?vb7ran5k54ydy92
Previous version: http://www.mediafire.com/?gcyq3s25u5ebb87


Where is the source?

This is very clearly a derivative of AMDOverdriveCtrl which is licensed under the GPLv2.

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June 15, 2011, 07:36:07 PM
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Warning: I do not take any responsibilities for any and all damages caused by running this program, including turning GPUs into paper weights.

Current version: http://www.mediafire.com/?vb7ran5k54ydy92
Previous version: http://www.mediafire.com/?gcyq3s25u5ebb87


Where is the source?

This is very clearly a derivative of AMDOverdriveCtrl which is licensed under the GPLv2.


It very clearly is not, if you bothered to download it. Would you be willing to bet 100 BTC?
Tell me, have you ever heard of ADL? If not, may I kindly suggest that you exit the thread?

AOCLBF 1.75: POCLBM/Phoenix GUI (Build-In OC Tool).
Barely Clocked: Clock Speed/Voltage/Fan Speed Tweaking.

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http://bit.ly/iWgHPC
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June 15, 2011, 07:59:47 PM
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lvlrdka22, can you show how to use vddc option? Can't figure out.
Finaly program works for me very well after unlocking CCC limits

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June 15, 2011, 09:41:04 PM
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Does it set the cloks permanently, so i could set them in Windows but remove HD and mine in Linux?
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June 15, 2011, 11:04:39 PM
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lvlrdka22, can you show how to use vddc option? Can't figure out.
Finaly program works for me very well after unlocking CCC limits
Reference model? If not, probably won't work through this/ADL.

Does it set the cloks permanently, so i could set them in Windows but remove HD and mine in Linux?
Look up RBE and BIOS modding/flashing.

AOCLBF 1.75: POCLBM/Phoenix GUI (Build-In OC Tool).
Barely Clocked: Clock Speed/Voltage/Fan Speed Tweaking.

If I helped, I helped!

http://bit.ly/iWgHPC
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June 16, 2011, 06:12:06 AM
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lvlrdka22, can you show how to use vddc option? Can't figure out.
Finaly program works for me very well after unlocking CCC limits
Reference model? If not, probably won't work through this/ADL.
Yes, Reference. Just an example of syntax plz.

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June 16, 2011, 08:34:38 AM
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barelyclocked gpu=0 vddc=9000 (uber overclock that gives 3584864601674564 THashes/μs).
Unit is Voltage (1.0875 stock for 5850).

AOCLBF 1.75: POCLBM/Phoenix GUI (Build-In OC Tool).
Barely Clocked: Clock Speed/Voltage/Fan Speed Tweaking.

If I helped, I helped!

http://bit.ly/iWgHPC
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June 16, 2011, 08:41:21 AM
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C:\bc>BarelyClocked.exe gpu=0 vddc=1150
Number of active GPUs found: 1.
GPU #0 (ID 12308224): 3 performance levels detected.
 Core: 900 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Core: 700 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Core: 900 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Temperature: 87C.
 Fan speed: 2505 RPM (40%).

Configuring settings for GPU #0.
Setting VDDC to 1150 MHz.
Failed to commit clock/voltage changes. Error: -1

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June 16, 2011, 08:55:52 AM
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I hope you realized that at stock, VDDC was 1.1 V. You were trying to set it to 1150 V.
The setting VDDC to xx MHz is just a text bug.

AOCLBF 1.75: POCLBM/Phoenix GUI (Build-In OC Tool).
Barely Clocked: Clock Speed/Voltage/Fan Speed Tweaking.

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http://bit.ly/iWgHPC
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June 16, 2011, 09:16:57 AM
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C:\bc>BarelyClocked.exe gpu=0 vddc=1.1
Number of active GPUs found: 1.
GPU #0 (ID 12308224): 3 performance levels detected.
 Core: 900 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Core: 900 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Core: 900 MHz. Memory: 350 MHz. VDDC: 1.1 V.
 Temperature: 77C.
 Fan speed: 2884 RPM (45%).

Configuring settings for GPU #0.
vddc=1.1 is an invalid argument, skipping.

P.S. it works for vddc=1 but how to switch it back?!? Smiley))

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June 16, 2011, 09:46:57 AM
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Found it. You try to cast parameter from vddc which is 1.1 to number. Then you multiply it by 1000. Better set in mV instead ov V and remove *1000.
So I will set voltage to 1100mV instead of 1.1V

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