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Setting new 2d Clocks in CCC or Afterburner.

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Been trying to set new 2d clock profiles in MSI Afterburner and it just doesn't let me do it.

I set it, it does nothing.

My card is running 300 MHz Core Clock / 150 Mhz Memory Clock in 2d and its terrible. I run a second monitor off of integrated graphics and the entire experience when using a browser/watching youtube videos is incredibly slow.

Nothing I do will budge my clocks from 300/150 and I'm about to smack the thing with a hammer.

My current solution is to load up a random game on my main monitor, set it to extremely low graphics settings then put it in the background so my card will run at a rate that lets me use firefox.

I've tried editing the profile.xml in C drive / users / ATI / etc and it doesn't work. The XML file just gets rewritten as soon as I close it.

I want it to run at like 500 / 625 or something. (The minimum you can select in Afterburner)
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Why you dont disable power play through msi AB and then set your 2d clocks? If you have multimonitors and disable power play your 2d will be at 500/150
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Where do I change the 2d clocks to make it stick?

None of the options will do anything.

Which config file do I mess with?
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Where do I change the 2d clocks to make it stick?

None of the options will do anything.

Which config file do I mess with?

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Thanks. I'll read it tomorrow.

Gotta wake up in 7 hours for work.
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Followed it and set the 2d profile correctly, but after setting the 2d profile nothing changes.

I am so damn frustrated right now.
Edited by Setra - 5/30/13 at 6:17pm
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