The AMD OverDrive utility provides high-end users the ability to maximize the capability, flexibility, and adjustability of the platforms utilizing AMD processors, sockets, and chipsets.
Hardware parameters may be controlled manually, or allow AMD OverDrive to automatically tune the system. Stability tests can be performed, once a system is modified, to verify the system and conduct a performance test to measure the impact of the modification.
How can I improve my AMD CPU performance?
The AMD Overdrive utility has following features that will boost your AMD CPU performance.
- Support new AMD APUs (code name Kaveri) launched Jan 2014; A10-7850K, A10-7700K
- Starting with AMD OverDrive Ver 4.3.1.0690 instead of displaying CPU temperature, AOD will report Thermal Margin. Thermal Margin indicates how far the current operating temperature is below themaximum operating temperature of the processor
- AOD no longer supports BEMP (Black Edition Memory Profile
AMD Overdrive offers full control over the processor and memory, allowing you to perform a number of tests, benchmarks and adjustments that may lead to better performance.
It has been proven that overclocking the chipset leads to outstanding results and AMD Overdrive is able to deliver that with very few efforts on the user side.
Is this Overclocking utility is good?
Advanced users may manually tweak various characteristics, such as frequency, voltage, and timings, while gamers can obtain the horsepower needed in the most complex video games.
In conclusion, AMD Overdrive is able to make your computer deliver extreme performance with few efforts.
You can create and store an unlimited number of profiles and switch between them as you move from one activity to another.