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Hello Everyone! Today I Downloaded Sapphire TRIXX to Try Overclock My 6790 A Bit.
The Problems i faced are:
1) When I Change some settings Automaticaly program Crashes.
2) and after i Put Values and push a bit my gpu and vddc i have some small blinks in my monitor.. But Not everytime.. most of the time no problems when i hit load overclock profile. But now i got some blinks on random time.
could this get fixed by downloading another version of TRIXX? or reducing some values ?
Btw screen blinking has stopped now.. But i dont want to have any problems later!
Thanks in Advance!
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I have a 6950 and I've had problems with trixx as well. the only way to solve the problem was to switch my desktop resolution and revert back every time I made a change. I eventually just switched to afterburner.
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I have a 6950 and I've had problems with trixx as well. the only way to solve the problem was to switch my desktop resolution and revert back every time I made a change. I eventually just switched to afterburner.
Tried Revert desk resolution and screen blinking thing stopped! Hmm Afterburner has no Custom Fan Settings! thats why i love TRIXX!smile.gif
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Kingston Hyper 2gb Western Digital 5000aaaks Western Digital 80gb (OS) Main Case Blue 120'' Fan  
CoolingOSMonitorPower
Back Case 80'' Blue Fan Windows 7 Ultimate x64 LG Flatron 22'' Cooler Master 500W 
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