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Helpful programs Ver. 3.0

Discussion in 'Technology Help' started by Erik Destler, Nov 10, 2008.

  1. PokeMaster700

    PokeMaster700 Got Arceus lol :)

    The blurring can be solved by turning off anti alising. The paint bucket tool uses the tolerance bar, which is default at 50%. By reducing it you can control things such as filling in the grey wont touch black etc.

    Hope I Helped.
  2. PokeMaster700

    PokeMaster700 Got Arceus lol :)

    7zip does everything winrar does and for free too.
  3. Abstinence Pistols

    Abstinence Pistols Fahrvergnugen

    You should add WineBottler to the list of Mac programs.

    Useful as hell.
  4. Jameshow

    Jameshow Banned

    This is the very good information about the programs. Thanks for the information.

    NETGOD New Member

    Guys, trial version is good. there is no need to buy the product......
  6. Ithanul

    Ithanul Member

    Some nice programs for video games and graphic cards.

    Nvidia Inspector: Great little tool for forcing extra types of AA and other graphic options, plus reads out driver and hardware information
    MSI Afterburner: Works for both AMD and Nvidia cards, allows for fan control and overclocking, plus displaying temp, FPS, etc. in game
    RadeonPro: Allows extra types of AA, plus overclocking, advanced types of V-Sync, and many other features.

    SweetFX: Powerful program for adding extra AA, changing things like bloom, saturation, effects, etc. May not work on certain games though.

    Not sure if anybody on here folds, but if interested.

    F@H (Fold at Home): Allows folding on CPU & GPU. Warning: This will make them run at full 100% load, which can get pretty toasty for the parts unless properly cooled. Great way to stress test though.

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