Originally Posted by navjack27
i was thinking that if you never accepted the agreement to use it, its never actually in use.
Missed that question by DM. I actually accepted the agreement and it seems Overdrive only kicks in when it is actually used for like oc'ing. With the old ccc, when overdrive is enabled it conflicts with other apps like Trixx. I've been oc'ing with the latter and have not seen any.
i'll test further by oc'ing using Trixx and check to see if Overdrive reflects my clocks.
Edit/Update: After I oc'ed my 290s using Trixx to 1100 core and 1450 Memory, I opened Crimson and found out that it does indeed follow same oc'ed settings as Trixx. I clicked each of the 290s and reset the clocks in Crimson to default, then checked Trixx again. Guess what? Trixx stuck to the oc settings for both gpus.
Now, I have not oc'ed both my 290s higher than 1100 due to my psu but individually i had them oc'ed to 1200 running some benches without issue. I assume that when I did those Crimson had them set same oc'ed figures. Knowing this, if I ever oc my gpus for games using AB or Trixx . . . I will make sure to reset Crimson to default and let Trixx or AB handle my gpus. This is to avoid any conflict.Edited by rdr09 - 1/25/16 at 10:41pm