Originally Posted by Bal3Wolf
well mine did this with a 5970 and 5870 the way to fix it is load up ccc and reset it to stock then overclock with msi ab and set the clocks to load at boot with whatever voltage you change. That should keep them set tho if you go disabling and enabling crossfire they will reset to stock.
You don't understand...
Yes, that's what I'm doing.
I'm overclocking as normal.
But it resets itself randomly.
I'm overclocking with Trixx, and it sets the clocks at boot. Everytime Windows boots up it says 900/1150, just like it's supposed to. After a while of using my PC I check my clocks again and it's 725/1000.
Originally Posted by Blindrage606
Try different drivers/betas.
(those two were regarded as the best drivers for crossfire....they were terrible)
11.2 (thus far the most stable release*)
None of which fixed the problem.
*not really the most stable because I've had so much problems with crossfire, but of all the drivers I've tried 11.2 has the least problems.