Atikmdag patcher 1.4.12 | AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher | Latest version | free Download

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9 Responses

  1. Amdrusher says:

    God thatnks, solved this problem, at last!

  2. Raqamakaka says:

    any special requests, i mean dependencies for this?

    • Admin says:

      not really, 2 hands, internet, computer,mouse,keyboard and like it says in description
      Windows Vista or later
      Graphics processor series 5000 or newer

  3. Angel says:

    Buenas. habra algo parecido para una GTX 1060 6GB? Aun no estoy seguro, estoy esperando que me llegue el nuevo micro para armar la nueva PC, pero con la vieja, al instalar la ultima version del driver (en el administrador de dispositivos), me aparece el nombre de la tarjeta grafica con el tipico simbolo de advertencia (triangulo con el signo “!”). Desde ya agradezco el aporte a la comunidad.

  4. Dorian says:

    This is awesome. Pixel clock patcher solved a problem I had with a displayport to dual link DVI adapter that turned out to be single link DVI. The store gave wrong information. Because of that I could not get the resolution I wanted. I need 1640 × 2016 at 50 hz which requires a slightly higher pixelclock than the maximum of single link DVI. Now I can achieve the resolution through single link DVI. Pixel clock patcher has saved me from having to buy an expensive active converter or a new graphics card and I could still use the fake dual link adapter. Using the custom resolution utility I have even been able to increase the refresh rate to 60 hz, which is not withing the monitor’s spec. Thanks for making those tools available.

  5. bGm says:

    AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher Works like a charm.Thanks!

  6. obeliskk1 says:

    First of all thank you for making this great tool, been using it a couple of years to run 96hz on my QX2710 without problems.
    However I recently upgraded to a Ryzen 3600x with a b450 mobo, and ever since then the patch seems to reset on startup.

    I couldn’t find this problem or a solution elsewhere, but after I restart I hear the windows disconnect and connect sound while my video driver presumably resets, screen going black. After that my OC is gone and when launching the patcher it says all limits are back. Using restart64 from CRU still works though.

    Are you aware of any solution? thanks in advance

    EDIT: Well you make one of these posts and suddenly end up fixing it in like 10 minutes, as far as I know turning off Windows Defender tamper protection has seemed to have fixed my problem :-). CRU and this patch are essential so to my PC so I very much appreciate your work!

  7. nemanja says:

    thanks its working this code 43 is fixed

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