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I just got done playing through the original Crysis and Warhead @ 1080P (mostly high settings) with 2X/AA and I had a total of 3, maybe 4 crashes.

And I think those are more related to the drivers because my GPU's never got anywhere near hot.
I guess I'm the lucky one... I never get crashes/bsod/gsod or anything while playing a game (CS:S, TF2, BC2, MW2). Yet, all my crashes and lock ups come from.... watching YouTube/Hulu. Mostly 2D I guess.
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I guess I'm the lucky one... I never get crashes/bsod/gsod or anything while playing a game (CS:S, TF2, BC2, MW2). Yet, all my crashes and lock ups come from.... watching YouTube/Hulu. Mostly 2D I guess.
I'm exact opposite. Well not exact I guess. I've gotten about 2 crashes and I'm only through about 30 minutes of play in Crysis. Also crash sometimes streaming HD content
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I guess I'm the lucky one... I never get crashes/bsod/gsod or anything while playing a game (CS:S, TF2, BC2, MW2). Yet, all my crashes and lock ups come from.... watching YouTube/Hulu. Mostly 2D I guess.
If your running OC 24/7 then check the clocks in 2d mode. I had one crash after my OC in 2d mode, this was due to the card underclocking itself from 300/900 to 157/300. Made a CCC profile to force the 2d clocks back up to 300/900
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If your running OC 24/7 then check the clocks in 2d mode. I had one crash after my OC in 2d mode, this was due to the card underclocking itself from 300/900 to 157/300. Made a CCC profile to force the 2d clocks back up to 300/900
Sorry, still fairly new to ATi, but learning quickly, How do you force 2d clocks in CCC?
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Sorry, still fairly new to ATi, but learning quickly, How do you force 2d clocks in CCC?
Lemme find the link for the instructions... Darn can't find em, oh well lemme give you a quick instructions:

Open CCC and go Options>Profiles>Profiles Manager. In the 1st box just type a profile name, let's say "2D mode fix" then click "Save". Note: do NOT click activate yet.

Now go to C:\\Users\\<your user name here>\\AppData\\Local\\ATI\\ACE\\Profiles folder and you will see the profile you just created. You need to have "show hidden folders and files" activated in folder options to see the folders though.

Open the profile file with Notepad and find the following part:
</Feature>
<Feature name="CoreClockTarget_0">
<Property name="Want_0" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_1" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_2" value="96000" />
</Feature>
<Feature name="MemoryClockTarget_0">
<Property name="Want_0" value="90000" />
<Property name="Want_1" value="120000" />
<Property name="Want_2" value="137500" />
</Feature>

"Property name="Want_0" value=" is the 2D mode clocks, in the example above is 30000 and 90000 since I have allready changed them. Most likely they will be 15700 and 30000 or so, can't remember correctly right now. Anyway, change those values to 30000 and 90000. Don't change the other ones unless you want to, you most likely use MSI Afterburner for OC right? If so then you won't have to hcange the other values since Afterburner will over ride them anyway.

Save the file, go back to CCC and go Options>Profiles>Activate Profile and click the profile you made earlier (in this example it was "2D mode fix"). Then your done, now your 2d clocks will be the values you put in the profile file.

Working perfectly for me but still I wouldn't bother/suggest doing this unless you see that your clocks have dropped to 157/300 in 2d mode. Check that 1st with Afterburner or similar.

Found this fix while searching a fix for my problem with 2 monitors with OC since it dropped the clocks down so the 2nd screen would have particle errors. Fixed that but also my crashing with HD video streaming with one monitor.
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Lemme find the link for the instructions... Darn can't find em, oh well lemme give you a quick instructions:

Open CCC and go Options>Profiles>Profiles Manager. In the 1st box just type a profile name, let's say "2D mode fix" then click "Save". Note: do NOT click activate yet.

Now go to C:\\Users\\<your user name here>\\AppData\\Local\\ATI\\ACE\\Profiles folder and you will see the profile you just created. You need to have "show hidden folders and files" activated in folder options to see the folders though.

Open the profile file with Notepad and find the following part:
</Feature>
<Feature name="CoreClockTarget_0">
<Property name="Want_0" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_1" value="30000" />
<Property name="Want_2" value="96000" />
</Feature>
<Feature name="MemoryClockTarget_0">
<Property name="Want_0" value="90000" />
<Property name="Want_1" value="120000" />
<Property name="Want_2" value="137500" />
</Feature>

"Property name="Want_0" value=" is the 2D mode clocks, in the example above is 30000 and 90000 since I have allready changed them. Most likely they will be 15700 and 30000 or so, can't remember correctly right now. Anyway, change those values to 30000 and 90000. Don't change the other ones unless you want to, you most likely use MSI Afterburner for OC right? If so then you won't have to hcange the other values since Afterburner will over ride them anyway.

Save the file, go back to CCC and go Options>Profiles>Activate Profile and click the profile you made earlier (in this example it was "2D mode fix"). Then your done, now your 2d clocks will be the values you put in the profile file.

Working perfectly for me but still I wouldn't bother/suggest doing this unless you see that your clocks have dropped to 157/300 in 2d mode. Check that 1st with Afterburner or similar.

Found this fix while searching a fix for my problem with 2 monitors with OC since it dropped the clocks down so the 2nd screen would have particle errors. Fixed that but also my crashing with HD video streaming with one monitor.
Thanks!

Already had a saved profile in CCC with my 960/1350 (Afterburner is odd for me) but yes it does show 157/300 for 2d clocks. Is Want_2 3d clocks? Can i edit that too and it can be just my primary profile?
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Thanks!

Already had a saved profile in CCC with my 960/1350 (Afterburner is odd for me) but yes it does show 157/300 for 2d clocks. Is Want_2 3d clocks? Can i edit that too and it can be just my primary profile?
Yeah want_2 is 3D clocks. If you edit them then sure you can, thats what I do aswell since it's simplier.

:EDIT:
From what I have found out it seems that Want_0 is idle 2d clocks, Want_1 is load 2d clocks and Want_2 is load 3D clocks.
Edited by DJEndet - 2/4/10 at 3:25pm
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Okay, I'm not really sure what to say about this one. I just ran 3DMark06 for the first time, and my score was barely better than when I was using my 8800GT. The page says my drivers aren't valid, even though I am using the newest ones from the AMD website.

15,589 marks with the 5770, compared to the 14,262 in my sig. Am I missing something here?
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Okay, I'm not really sure what to say about this one. I just ran 3DMark06 for the first time, and my score was barely better than when I was using my 8800GT. The page says my drivers aren't valid, even though I am using the newest ones from the AMD website.

15,589 marks with the 5770, compared to the 14,262 in my sig. Am I missing something here?
with my system at 3.7Ghz i score just shy of 17000. Overclock your video card.

But other than that, i would say that 8800gt was on amphetamines
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Sorry, I forgot I put in the new link in my sig. Here is the old score with the 8800GT.

And I overclocked the card a little bit, I'm still getting used to it. I can see the difference in performance in my video games, just not in 3DMark yet. I mean, I saw a nice jump when I went from a AM2 3600+ to the X4 620. I suppose I was looking for another jump with the 5770.
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