Vision Engine Control Center (VECC) is a software suite designed to help you configure and optimize your AMD graphics processor. VECC allows you to configure clock speeds, fan performance, and monitor the activity of various sensors, among other things — such as updating components' firmware. VECC may also be used to update component drivers.
AMD Vision Engine Control Center is the official program for configuring AMD graphics cards, it contains a lot of important settings. It appears on your PC after the drivers are installed.
AMD Vision Engine Control Center has the following functions:
AMD Catalyst Control Center is a software suite designed to help you configure and optimize your AMD graphics processor. It is intended for use on notebooks, desktop computers, and also workstations. CCC allows you to configure clock speeds, fan performance, monitor the activity of various sensors (such as temperature), force 3D applications into using dedicated graphics memory, and many other things — such as updating components' firmware. CCC may also be used to update component drivers.
AMD VISION Engine Control Center is available for Windows Vista 32-bit OS only. It supports the following AMD Radeon video cards:
- Chips listed below are integrated into GPU (graphic processing unit):
- This program supports the following APIs:
- The latest version of VECC can be downloaded from AMD's support website or the links below.
- Supported Operating System: Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit, and Windows 7 32-bit/64-bit
ATI Catalyst Control Center - ATI Catalyst Control Center is an all-inclusive software suite for monitoring and adjusting a wide range of settings such as 3D settings, display settings, Eyefinity multi-display technology settings, and video quality settings (anti-aliasing modes). It allows users to quickly set up and configure their desktop or laptop PCs with ATI Radeon graphics processors. It also provides quick access to common tasks like video playback and launching games in 3D mode.
You can remove it in an in-house, advanced, and professional way. I recommend the latter method.
- Press Win + R, Run window will appear. If you have a ten, then press Win + X and select Run.
- Insert the command appwiz.cpl, press OK.
- A window of installed software will open. Here, look for the software, right-click and choose Uninstall.
- Follow the instructions on the screen, usually press Next/Next/Remove/Uninstall.