PowerColor HD 2400 Pro 256 MBrobgs - August 1, 2007
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In “Advanced” mode, we are given many more choices as to how we would like the HD 2400 Pro to work.
The first selection after the welcome is the “Information Center.” Again, the same as the information center in basic mode, this shows us what software versions are installed, but also shows us a lot of information about the hardware that is on the card.
Next, in the “Display Manager,” you can select multiple monitors or different resolutions and refresh rates.
”Display Options” is where you can change how the Catalyst Control Center detects your different displays, as well as select an option to override the 3D refresh rate.
In “Digital Panel Properties,” there are four subdirectories where we can change the properties of our digital display. The four subheadings are, “Attributes,” “Avivo Color,” “HDTV Support” and “LCD Overdrive”.