Advanced Configuration Menu
Entering the Advanced Configuration for the ATI Catalyst Control Center is simple. All you have to do is launch the ATI CCC, then click the "Advanced" button in the bottom left hand corner of the window. A dialogue box will pop up, just click OK. In CCC advanced mode, you will have access to a lot more detailed controls, including 3D display settings like anti-aliasing and triple buffering, along with the ATI OverDrive utility for tweaking your graphics card's performance. Here are the menu items and some of the things they cover:
Welcome - Allows you to check for driver updates, contact customer service, send AMD feedback, and more.
Information Center - Displays detailed important information about your graphics hardware and software.
Displays Manager - Allows you to configure multiple displays, resolutions, and refresh rates, as well as how displays are detected.
Digital Panel - Contains several options specific to your display, and may include color options, HDTV settings, and a utility to increase the performance of your LCD.
3D - 3D settings contain all the goodies. The "Standard Settings" option allows you to use a simple slider to select 3D quality, or you can choose to enable custom settings and proceed to more advanced options. Advanced options include, but are not limited to: Anti-Aliasing, Adaptive Anti-Aliasing, Anisotropic Filtering, Catalyst A.I., and Mipmap Detail Level.
Color - Color, vibrance, brightness, contrast, and other display settings.
Video - Video display playback options.
VPU Recover - Enable/Disable recovery of working graphics settings in the event a change causes system instability.