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Trouble Overclocking new QNIX QX2710

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Following the guide set out in "http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star" I am having not luck in overclocking my monitor.

I will give a step by process of my issue



1- Connected my Gigabyte 7970Ghz via 2 crossfire cables.

2- Patched the driver (Cata 13.10betaV2) and restarted computer (program now reports all drivers already patched).

3- Open CRU and copy the default 59.950 profile, and adding a new profile only changing the refresh rate.

4- I move this new profile too the top of the list and just below it the default 59.950 profile.

5- I reboot the computer, when I reach the windows welcome screen i can hear all the normal start-up sounds but the screen itself reports "DVI-mode power saver" and shuts off with the blue light turning red. Pressing the power button on the screen or removing and re-installing the DVI cable does nothing.

6- In order to enter my desktop normally, I have to start the computer in safe mode and reset-all (removing the profile from CRU does not resolve the issue.

7- Once I have run reset-all in safemode the computer will boot normally.



I can't seem to find anyone else with this problem. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance
Edited by niccroetger - 10/1/13 at 9:03pm
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If it helps at all, even If I set the new profile to something measly like 61 the same issue occurs

Once again I need to enter safe mode and reset-all.

Even if I delete the added profile unless I reset all the same issue occurs on a normal boot
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