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Force 3d clocks during gaming?

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I'm having a problem with my 7950 clocking down and then immediately clock back up during less stressful games. In the Nvidia drivers you could add a game and then specify that you wanted to card to stay at the maximum clocks as long as that game was open.

Does AMD have an equivalent setting somewhere? I can't seem to find anything.
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I've had that issue as well, although to be honest only in two games that I've played so far. The games were Skyrim and New Vegas. I'd like to know if there's a way around the downclocking without running the card at max voltage 24/7 as well, so tagging this thread.
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Bumping this because I'm also experiencing the entire screen flicking and bouncing up and down when this awful card changes it's clock speed and memory speed. Nvidia has a very easy solution to this problem and I'm wondering why AMD doesn't just implement the same thing.

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