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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-02-2013, 07:09 PM - Thread Starter
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1) TriXX wouldn't sense the card's clocks or set the proper clocks thanks to the new CCC
2) After going back to 13.6 b2 (without sweeping but i'm still with 13.8 drivers) i am stuck at 99% GPU load and 22fps in NFSUCD and BF3 ... I remembered my RadeonPro settings and turned it off but its still 22fps. That has NEVER happened before, i usually always get 61fps (locked framerate) at 70% GPU load redface.gif
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Sounds like you did not get a clean removal of the Beta drivers.

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Use driver sweeper or the CCC removal tool.
Then reinstall 13.8 and OC in CCC the option is there for a reason so you don't need bad software like afterburner or Asus' overclock utility which messes with things it shouldn't mess with. (Same goes for EVGA's precision it is just as bad but since this is an AMD card not worth noticing)
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Use driver sweeper or the CCC removal tool.
Then reinstall 13.8 and OC in CCC the option is there for a reason so you don't need bad software like afterburner or Asus' overclock utility which messes with things it shouldn't mess with. (Same goes for EVGA's precision it is just as bad but since this is an AMD card not worth noticing)
Do you even know each and every software has their own voltage control for their own cards?
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Sounds like you did not get a clean removal of the Beta drivers.
Both are beta btw wink.gif
I uninstalled 13.8 rebooted and installed 13.6b2 again and all is fine wink.gif
How about TriXX? Is that because of a dirty removal of 13.6b2? I'm sure CCC caused it because when i went back to 13.6b2 and got the ugly gpu load i had my clock settings set
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The Trixx issue could very well be due to the Beta drivers. That is the risk you take using beta.

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The Trixx issue could very well be due to the Beta drivers. That is the risk you take using beta.
I see. It's beta after all tongue.gif
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Any time im going to install new drivers i uninstall and use Driver Fusion to remove left overs and after i install the new drivers i always disable ulps with the bat file someone made never have any issues. Im loving the 13.8 drivers to bad i dont have much time to play working 9 hr days and sats lol.


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