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well i didn't try that, as i used a different uninstall method yesterday and it didn't work, but also i've read some weird things about ATIMAN, but i did something in my motherboard BIOS and all of the sudden my base graphics score (no overclock) increased from 4900 to 5225 and when i overclocked to 1050/1450 i got this
http://3dmark.com/3dm11/3733743
so not as bad as it was. I disabled the intel power saving thing in my bios (CPU related i thought), but i may have also changed another setting, i'm not sure (and my CPU score even went down, despite my GPU score shooting up)

According to this TT chart you are above average if you haven't overclocked at all yet.
The chart is very accurate. The 6788 score was very close to my 7870 when it was stock.
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Well that score was with my card at 1050 mhz, with 900mhz (standard OC, the card came overclocked) my graphics score was 5225 and the overall score was around P5400
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Crank that puppy up tp 1210. i have same cpu running at 4.3 ghz and a sapphire 7850, i cranked it up to 1210/1400 and crcked 7000 on 3dmark 11.it wounldnt take 1225. ill post some screen shots later.
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Running a single Sapphire 7870 OC edition clocked to 1325/1450 and a 3DMark 11 score of P7738 on the beta 12.7 drivers. Card doesnt like 1350 core clock. 2500k at 4.7
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the 78xx are out? me shake head in anger!!!

(See Sig-Rig)

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I'm Proud, Pleased and PO'ed at AMD... i expected a another month......
Edited by theamdman - 6/26/12 at 5:44am
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The EK waterblocks for the 7870 I linked earlier in this thread have been confirmed to be compatible with reference design 7850s. Lets keep praying for less ugly designs than what EK is now pushing on us... That is all =P
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Hey,

I had blue screen issues when starting up games a month or two ago.

I figured it was the crossfire bridge connecting my two sapphire HD7870 because I changed it and didn't get the blue screens anymore.

Yesterday I installed Mass Effect 3 and when Crossfire is enabled I get a blue screen again. If I disable it I have no issues.

Should I just try a clean install of my system? or it there something wrong with the cards/motherboard?

I also saw that when you do the windows rating that when crossfire is enabled I get a rating for graphic of 7.6 when I disable crossfire I get 7.9

Very weird
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Hey,
I had blue screen issues when starting up games a month or two ago.
I figured it was the crossfire bridge connecting my two sapphire HD7870 because I changed it and didn't get the blue screens anymore.
Yesterday I installed Mass Effect 3 and when Crossfire is enabled I get a blue screen again. If I disable it I have no issues.
Should I just try a clean install of my system? or it there something wrong with the cards/motherboard?
I also saw that when you do the windows rating that when crossfire is enabled I get a rating for graphic of 7.6 when I disable crossfire I get 7.9
Very weird

Depends on the blue screen you are getting. Did you happen to remember what code the blue screens were? If not you can use Bluescreenview and see what the bug check codes were and what driver was causing the issue. Most likely you need to wipe drivers clean with ATIman or driversweeper (in safe mode) and download new ones. You'll have to do some research on what drivers are best for 7xxx series crossfire because I have no idea. Do you have ULPS disabled in the registry? It's recommended for all xfire users...

How to disable Ulps:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Cl ass\{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}]

and change "EnableUlps" to 0 under the 0000 and 0001 or 0003 keys.

Quote from another poster on Tom's...
"ULPS, which is a crossfire power saving function. It basically makes one of your cards go completely idle and not draw power if not in use (i.e. desktop, etc). however there are issues where it tries to drop into idle mode while its being used."
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Depends on the blue screen you are getting. Did you happen to remember what code the blue screens were? If not you can use Bluescreenview and see what the bug check codes were and what driver was causing the issue. Most likely you need to wipe drivers clean with ATIman or driversweeper (in safe mode) and download new ones. You'll have to do some research on what drivers are best for 7xxx series crossfire because I have no idea. Do you have ULPS disabled in the registry? It's recommended for all xfire users...
How to disable Ulps:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Cl ass\{4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}]
and change "EnableUlps" to 0 under the 0000 and 0001 or 0003 keys.
Quote from another poster on Tom's...
"ULPS, which is a crossfire power saving function. It basically makes one of your cards go completely idle and not draw power if not in use (i.e. desktop, etc). however there are issues where it tries to drop into idle mode while its being used."

Thanks! I'll try this tonight. I don't remember the codes but if I saw correctly the codes were not all visible like the resolution didn't fit my screen.

I hope this works
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