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Originally Posted by clark_b View Post
I didn't think the CAP's did anything unless you're using Crossfire?
On the PERFORMANCE side changes only apply to Crossfire users, but stability is improved nontheless of haw many cards you have......
    
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AMD R7 1700 @3.9GHz MSI X370 Titanium Asus GTX 1080ti Strix OC Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB @2667MHz 
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Samsung 950 Pro M.2 Samsung 840 Sata Some other standard hard drives Corsair H110i GT 
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post #12 of 12
You will also need to install the HDMI Audio Drivers if you plan on passing audio over any of the HDMI connections. They are packed with CCC, but you can download them separately like everything else as well. I personally have had no issue with CCC in the 11.4 preview drivers though.
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