I’ve stopped seeding the compiled blender and overclocking tool…
However, if any one wants it, just post here.
I’m now seeding a zip file that contains only the overclocking tool and the readme file. For you 56k users - it’s only 1.17KB!
This is also available through my site(no bit torrent required %| ):
Also, please someone post, I’d like to know what people think of this…
sorry for double posting, but
It took me a second to figure out what it was that you were wanting us to download. I thought you had compiled a patch for Blender along with an Nvidia overclocker, but I think it’s just a graphics card OC’er. A description would have been helpful.
I’m just wondering why I should use this overclocking tool instead of the ‘standard’ RivaTuner?
Woa I just downloaded it. It’s a registry entry. No way in hell I’m going to install a registry hack that isn’t designed specifically for my card. RivaTuner has several advanced features (such as overclocking core/memory, setting mipmap sample locations, and even turning your card into a quadro), and it comes in a nice GUI that operates off an extensive database that knows the ins-and-outs of your card.
First off, thanks for relpying %|
I thought you had compiled a patch for Blender along with an Nvidia overclocker, but I think it’s just a graphics card OC’er.
I had that exact package up, but only 3 people downloaded it! If you want it I’ll be seeding again and here it is:
Be aware that this is just AN][ARES compile and Coolbits!
As for RivaTuner vs. Coolbits, I personally stay away from programs that I feel are clunky… whatever, I’m not gonna get in a fight over someone else’s software…just know that RivaTuner modifies your registry a lot more than Coolbits, and changes the “low level” programming on your video card (at least that’s what it says on it’s info page: http://www.guru3d.com/rivatuner/ then click FAQ)
I guess it just comes down to this: I like simple things