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For me, 12.9 is the only RC11 replacement smile.gif
People did have problems with ccc but it was all fixed in Version 3. All I did was:
1) Download V3
2) Turn UAC off, Reboot
3) Ran atiman uninstaller 7.0.2
4) Turn UAC on, Reboot
5) Install 12.9 V3
6) Reboot
Now, I am a happy camper! smile.gif


Amen to that brother!


Why yous need atiman? Just run the setup.exe, choose uninstall, then uninstall the cat manager from programs, done.
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Pushed it up to 1095/1560 and got P15124
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4364204
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Thanks, What do yall recommend doing to test the stability? Im looking to get a nice descent OC without pushing the temps to the limit. If i were to change the voltage, how much at a time to test and whats the safe maximum?
How do i unlock the AB 2.2.3 for higher clocks? I tried the eula thing and it just made it where it wouldnt save settings.
Thanks for the help smile.gif I will be adding second card tonight so im sure I will be asking more lol <---AMD noob


I wrote some how tos for getting your overclock on in my sig.

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That's beastly dude! I only got 77fps at that resolution fully maxed with my two 7970's! Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Here's a trip screen for ya.


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Amen to that brother!
Why yous need atiman? Just run the setup.exe, choose uninstall, then uninstall the cat manager from programs, done.

Oh, new uninstallers are now that efficient?
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uninstaller has never really worked for me. I use *shock* driver-sweeper. Never had issues and its the only way I can install amd drivers again successfully.
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Hello! I re-welcome myself after returning my XFX DD 7970 and come back with two MSI Lightning 7970s instead.

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Oh, new uninstallers are now that efficient?


I never use atiman and others like it, shrugs.
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I never use atiman and others like it, shrugs.

Yeah, I don't use registry cleaners, driver cleaners, or anything like that. They tend to cause more problems than they fix. Even when switching between Nvidia and AMD cards I've never had any issues with just uninstalling the display driver, rebooting, and installing the new display driver. At most I'll let Ccleaner scan the registry and then manually pick through which entries that I want to delete.
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I never use atiman and others like it, shrugs.

I have use it a few times and so far didn't get any problems. I like it coz it does everything for you hehe (including removing caps and folders).
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Ok I am getting fed up with my MSI Twin 7950. Every once in a blue moon when I went to Youtube the screen would crash as a solid green color with wavvy lines. Now it is happening everytime I go to Youtube. I decided to try out 12.8's but no change. Anyone else had this problem?
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