Radlinker Question

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  1. gonefishin

    gonefishin Notebook Enthusiast

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    I've read some info on Radlinker, but I still have a question left.

    Can Radlinker be used to adjust GPU settings for one application only? (i.e. it applies itself when running a particular game/program but settings return to stock after you exit said program)

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  2. DaGreek

    DaGreek Notebook Evangelist

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    no this program changes the speed for the whole system while in use its not something you can set for one program and not anything else, but it is quick and easy to turn on and off.


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    Actually, the program-specific clock rates are the entire point of the program. What you do is right-click the short-cut on your desktop, and hit "custom settings." You can ramp the clock rates only for games and applications that need it, or just for benchmarks.

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