RadeonOverclock allows the setting of core and memory frequency on Radeon graphics cards (currently only under Linux).
RadeonOverclock should work on chips version R100 and up. It has been tested with the Radeon 7500, 9500, and 9700 Pro.
It tries to detect the reference clock (xtal) from the video BIOS, if this doesn't work you can specify it manually. Try 1432 or 2950 if the default value of 2700 does not show the correct frequency when using -i:
rovclock -x 1432 -i
Cards reported to work:
Radeon 9500 (Pro)
Mobility FireGL T2
Mobility Radeon 9600 M10
Radeon 9700 (Pro)
Use the memory timing options with care and login via ssh to make changes. So you can revert them back if your screen corrupts:
rovclock -t tRcdRD:7
What's New in This Release:
· A check for PCI display devices has been added.
· The list of supported cards has been updated, and the version number has been fixed.