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2020-04-14

OverdriveNTool

OverdriveNTool
Оригинальное название:
OverdriveNTool
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Жанр:
Разработчик:
Платформа:
Windows
Язык:
Английский
Таблетка:
Не требуется
Перед началом установки рекомендуется завершить работу фоновых программ, в том числе антивирусов!

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OverdriveNTool приложения для редактирования некоторых параметров в графических процессорах с поддержкой API AMD OverdriveN (в настоящее время 290, 290x, 380, 380x, 390, 390x, Fury, Fury X, Nano, 4xx, серии 5xx, Vega 56, Vega 64) и графические процессоры с поддержкой API Overdrive8 (в настоящее время Radeon VII). OverdriveNTool появился так как WattTool перестал работать с момента драйвера 17.7.2, теперь можете использовать OverdriveNTool.

Текущая версия OverdriveNTool: 0.2.8 (16.04.2019)

Команды командной строки OverdriveNTool: 0.2.8:


-p[gpu_id]"Name"
apply profile "Name" to GPU with id=[gpu_id]
-c[gpu_id]"Name"
same as above, but with confirmation message that application started and everything went ok.
-r[gpu_id]
reset GPU with id=[gpu_id]
cp[gpu_id]"Name"
compare current values of GPU with id=[gpu_id] with profile "Name", and eventually set this profile if not equal
cm[gpu_id]"Name"
compare current values of GPU with id=[gpu_id] with profile "Name", and eventually set this profile if not equal, with additional message if not equal found
co[gpu_id]"Name"
only compare current values of GPU with id=[gpu_id] with profile "Name", with message if not equal found
-consoleonly
displays all messages (eg. errors) in cmd.exe console window, instead of gui messages. Only commands that are put after -consoleonly are affected, example:
"OverdriveNTool.exe" -consoleonly -r0 -p0"1" -r1 -p1"1" -r2 -p2"2" - will affect all commands
"OverdriveNTool.exe" -r0 -p0"1" -r1 -consoleonly -p1"1" -r2 -p2"2" - will affect -p1"1" -r2 -p2"2" commands only
-showgui
when added to commandline normal GUI will be displayed after program finishes with all other commands
-wait[miliseconds]
program waits specified time before parsing next command, useful if you want to add some delay for example on windows startup, can be used multiple times in one commandline
example: OverdriveNTool.exe -wait3000 -r0 -wait500 -p0profile1

[gpu_id] - it's the first number taken from GPU description, for single video card it's 0
"Name" - name of the profile that was saved ealier, must be quoted if has spaces inside

example:
OverdriveNTool.exe -p0myProfile -p1"Profile 2"
In this example application starts without gui, then sets "myProfile" to GPU with id=0 and "Profile 2" to GPU with id=1 and then exit.

commands can be used all together, for example:
OverdriveNTool.exe -p0myProfile -r0 co1"Profile 1"
On configs with more than 10 GPUs [gpu_id] must have 2 digits, for GPUs 0-9 leading 0 must be added, example: 00,01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,09,10,11,12. Usage example: -p05"Name"
It's possible to use * as [gpu_id], which means it affects all supported GPUs, example:
-r* -p*MyProfile -p2"Custom profile" cm*MyProfile

Advanced:
-ac[gpu_id] GPU_P[num]=[value];[value][;0] Mem_P[num]=[value];[value][;0] Fan_Min=[value] Fan_Max=[value] Fan_Target=[value] Fan_Acoustic=[value] Power_Temp=[value] Power_Target=[value]
-ac is similar to -p command, applies values but without using profiles. Format is identical to ini profile. All not specified values will remain untouched. Can be used with other commands (-consoleonly, * as [gpu_id], -r, -p... etc.)
[num] - Pstate number, using # as [num] will apply to highest available Pstate for scpecified GPU
[value] – value, for GPU and memory PState first value is clock (MHz), second is voltage (mV), third optional ;0 makes this Pstate disabled.
Putting * as Memory or GPU value will skip applying this value, for example:
-ac0 GPU_P7=*;800 Mem_P3=1000;* (only applies GPU_P7 voltage=800mV and Memory P3 clock=1000MHZ)
-ac0 GPU_P4=*;*;0 (only disables GPU_P4 without changing it’s values)

For I2C settings use –ac with Offset=[value] LLC=[value] PhaseGain=[value] CurrentScale=[value]
I2C must be enabled and supported for specified GPU, otherwise it will not work. Offset value is multiplied by 6,25mV, so 10 = +62,5mV, -5 = -31,25mV
Example:
-ac0 Offset=10 LLC=0
-ac0 Offset=-5 LLC=1 PhaseGain=000000 CurrentScale=60

Commands example:
-ac0 GPU_P7=1200;800 Mem_P2=1000;850 Fan_Min=1080 Fan_Max=1700 Fan_Target=70 Fan_Acoustic=700 Power_Temp=90 Power_Target=50 -ac1 GPU_P#=1200;800 Mem_P#=1000;850
-ac0 GPU_P7=1200;800;0 Mem_P3=1000;850 Fan_Min=1080 Fan_Max=1700
-consoleonly -r5 -ac5 GPU_P#=1200;800 Mem_P#=1000;850 Fan_Min=1080 Fan_Max=1700 -ac4 Fan_Target=70 Fan_Acoustic=700 Power_Temp=90 Power_Target=50
-ac* Power_Target=-1 GPU_P7=*;*;0
-wait1000 -r0 -ac0 GPU_P7=1200;800 Mem_P1=700;850;0 Mem_P2=750;850;0 Mem_P3=800;850;0 Mem_P4=1000;850 Fan_Min=1080 Fan_Max=1700 Fan_Target=70 Fan_Acoustic=700 Power_Temp=90 Power_Target=50
-ac0 Power_Target=50 -ac1 Power_Target=-50 -ac2 Fan_Max=1700 Fan_Min=1080 -ac1 Fan_Acoustic=700

-getcurrent - prints current values for all supported GPUs in cmd console window.
-t[gpu_id]
restart GPU with id=[gpu_id]. It's similar to devices manager enable/disable GPU. Useful for immediately apply registry changes done to AMD keys like SoftPowerPlay table. It requires admin rigths to work.


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