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How to Tell if Crossfire is Enabled Without CCC?

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So generally I just install the latest AMD drivers but nothing else, not even CCC. According to GPU-Z ran after I installed the 13.10 beta 2 drivers today, Crossfire is enabled. However, the program Speccy shows it is not enabled. I played (briefly) Total War: Rome II, and with MSI Afterburner running, it said both cards were running at about 35% usage each. This would lead me to believe Crossfire is enabled, but I'm not sure. I just need to know if I have to have CCC installed to use Crossfire.
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Just curious why you didn't install the full package? There's nothing wrong with with the software so I don't see why you didn't install it, works flawlessly for me. Also MSI afterburner will show you as well as Radeon Pro.
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Originally Posted by XAslanX View Post

Just curious why you didn't install the full package? There's nothing wrong with with the software so I don't see why you didn't install it, works flawlessly for me. Also MSI afterburner will show you as well as Radeon Pro.

Just trying to minimize unneeded junk running in the background. I've also disabled the AMD External Events and FUEL services, as I read they are unnecessary unless I'm overclocking my GPU.

And where would MSI Afterburner tell me if it is enabled? I found a System Information thing that says one card is Master, and the second is synchronized with Master, so does that mean they are in Crossfire?
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