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did you properly uninstall with one of the many complete uninstallers

yes, i madesure to uninstall all previous drivers before installing new/newold ones.
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Not sure if anyone mentioned this yet but when I do a fresh install of 12.11 and Afterburners It does not like even the slightest overclock. I get crazy horizontal lines all over my desktop. I tried Unofficial overclocking mode 1 and 2. Mode 2 worked for a day on my 1200-1600 OC but every time I booted up the screen would get lines when applying the OC and then just kept getting increasingly unstable over 24hrs. Had to revert to 12.8 drivers because

A: When the driver did work for a few hours I saw no performance increase whatsoever in Battlefield 3
B: The instability got to the point of freezing my desktop. A simple reboot would not restore the stability I had when I first installed the driver.
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I am extremely displeased with 12.11.
Pretty much gimped my card, as no matter what drivers I use now I skyrocket to 97 degrees at idle in a COLD room with 45% fan... yet with 60% fan i idle at 47.... but on 12.9 before I would idle at 30 (with 30% fan to clarify) and gaming peak would be 60 (at 55% fan). And as I said even if I go back to old drivers now the temperature problem persists...

Hate to break it to ya but I've never seen drivers change temperatures in any way that could be noticeable, beyond the fact that some people are having idle clock problems, which their temps would be the same if they had manually set their cards to run at those clocks at idle. Something else must have happened, because I see no way that changing drivers could explain this. The fact that if you go back to the old drivers it persists almost completely validates my guess.
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Hate to break it to ya but I've never seen drivers change temperatures in any way that could be noticeable, beyond the fact that some people are having idle clock problems, which their temps would be the same if they had manually set their cards to run at those clocks at idle. Something else must have happened, because I see no way that changing drivers could explain this. The fact that if you go back to the old drivers it persists almost completely validates my guess.

all i can say is I had 12.9 and idled at 30 degrees, uninstalled and installed 12.11 and what I mentioned before happened.
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Well after a week of 12.11beta4/12.10 CAP1, the only "issue" I have is that idle voltage on my 2nd GPU is .949 at startup but falls to .850 after running any game or benchmark that uses crossfire.  No idle clock bug.  I can now run my OC(1125/1575) at stock voltage and have experienced a decent fps bump in BL2. thumb.gif

 

All settings in Overdrive are set to default

I use Afterburner v2.2.4 to overclock, control voltage, control fan speed, and control power limit %(both gpus @20%)

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Clean install using this guide.

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Not sure if anyone mentioned this yet but when I do a fresh install of 12.11 and Afterburners It does not like even the slightest overclock. I get crazy horizontal lines all over my desktop. I tried Unofficial overclocking mode 1 and 2. Mode 2 worked for a day on my 1200-1600 OC but every time I booted up the screen would get lines when applying the OC and then just kept getting increasingly unstable over 24hrs. Had to revert to 12.8 drivers because

A: When the driver did work for a few hours I saw no performance increase whatsoever in Battlefield 3
B: The instability got to the point of freezing my desktop. A simple reboot would not restore the stability I had when I first installed the driver.
I only have this problem in unofficial modes. Using official OC + /xcl and I got a stable 1200/1800 FINALLY.
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I only have this problem in unofficial modes. Using official OC + /xcl and I got a stable 1200/1800 FINALLY.

So you used /xcl in Afterburner, and then do all of your OC in CCC? Or do you OC in Afterburner, but only in the official OC mode? I'm pretty maxed at 1225/1515, and would like to try and get my memory higher.
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You need to put the dlls in the msi ab folder then run /xcl at the end of the shortcut target. After doing so remove the dlls and reboot. Clocks are now higher.
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I already have my maximum ranges extended, I just can't get higher than 1215/1515 without crashing. It's a 7950, so it's not the same as your 7970, but I've seen people with much higher memory clocks than mine, and I know it a gives a pretty decent boost to framerates.

What's your voltage at, memory voltage?
post #370 of 1877
This driver always give me BSOD related to atikmdag.sys, when i overclock my card but previous drivers (12.7, 12.8, 12.9) have no this issue, i hope they will fix soon.
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