Download MorePowerTool

Download MorePowerTool



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Installing MorePowerTool is easy and straightforward. All you need to do is download the appropriate version for your computer, then follow the on-screen instructions for installation. Once installed, you can start setting up your miners and algorithms to get started mining as soon as possible!


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With official MorePowerTool 1.3.9 Radeon RX 5500 XT graphics card can be overclocked to the maximum

Immediately after the release of the Radeon RX 5500 XT graphics card, it turned out that from the recommended frequencies to 1717 MHz the graphics processor of the graphics card in the best examples can be overclocked up to 1980 MHz, but often everything is limited to values around 1900 MHz. By today's standards for overclocking and these figures are quite good but was found a way to overclocking the graphics processor is much stronger without modifying the board.


MorePowerTool utility patented by Igor's Lab recently updated to version 1.3.9 which adds support for AMD Radeon RX 5500 XT. Earlier versions supported only Radeon RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT, as well as Radeon VII. The utility allows you to expand the limits of Radeon Wattman settings sliders, and expand the power limits of your graphics card, but not only.


Thus, the graphics processor can be overclocked to the maximum MHz, and the most successful instances with a very good cooling system conquer even the most peak MHz. It only remains to add that with such overclocking it is worth taking care about quality cooling and that the power circuit of the video card is powerful enough to "take it out".


official MorePowerTool 1.3.9 is available on soft4bro website. There the utility is already available for download.

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