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Just make sure you have version 7.0.2 and simply run it in auto option... the rest is automatic...
I would also suggest to check if you have any ghost cards leftovers in your control panel>show hidden devices
ghost cards=gpu cards you used to have in the past, that ate not completely removed from the system!

So that's a ghost card. The ATIman shows me three graphics card; my onboard 4200, my previous 6800 series card, and now my current 7950. However it doesn't show my last 7770 card.
What can I do about these ghost cards?
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Just thought of something.. The OP should make it a 7950/7970/7990 owners thread due to the 7990 being the same card as a 7970 technically. I'll flick him a message! smile.gif

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post #18853 of 38701
Quad gigabyte 7970 oc edition .
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Any people in here have xfire 7950 benchmarks on a 1440 or 1600 res with the 12.11 drivers?
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I have some 7970 @1440p benchmarks i posted on another forum which i can share. Not quite what you were asking for, but close, kind of. redface.gif





Details of settings used.

Battlefield 3





FarCry 3






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Sleeping Dogs



Edited by LtMatt - 12/18/12 at 8:00am
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impressive smile.gif nice work. Some noob questions on my part, does the memory really overclock that high? what 7970 do you have?
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not all cards can clock memory so high, even the same models. infact with my 7950 i can clock my vRAM at 1725 but in benchmarks such as 3Dmarks there is little difference between 1500 and 1725 i have found.
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Originally Posted by GunMetal View Post

So that's a ghost card. The ATIman shows me three graphics card; my onboard 4200, my previous 6800 series card, and now my current 7950. However it doesn't show my last 7770 card.
What can I do about these ghost cards?

Use ATI Man uninstaller. Careful to not remove your mobo drivers though.
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Originally Posted by stubass View Post

not all cards can clock memory so high, even the same models. infact with my 7950 i can clock my vRAM at 1725 but in benchmarks such as 3Dmarks there is little difference between 1500 and 1725 i have found.

True. Crysis 2 is the exception to the rule though.
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How do I get to remove the limit on my 7950? 1575 is the highest it goes too. I see people over 1600
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