Catalyst Control Center Power Question? Tags: AMD Power Consumption Catalyst Power Overclocking Last response: May 31, 2012 6:33 PM in Overclocking Share Heinzman57 May 31, 2012 5:34:03 PM If I were to change my power consumption slider to 20% in CCC would that mean that the power draw is at all times increased to 20%, or does it mean that the maximum power cap is increased if needed? Thanks, Adam More about : catalyst control center power question unksol a b K Overclocking May 31, 2012 6:33:13 PM it means the maximum power cap is increased. your gpu only throttles up when.under load m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedquestion about installing catalyst control center Forum SolvedAMD Catalyst Control Center Overdrive Power setting Forum Programs that trigger windows 7 basic color scheme (and AMD catalyst control center question) Forum Programs that trigger windows 7 basic color scheme (and AMD catalyst control center question) Forum AMD Catalyst Control Center question. Forum Catalyst Control center question(HELP FAST)!!!!! Forum Question Re:Catalyst Drivers and Catalyst Control Center Forum Question on new ATI Catalyst Control Center Forum Catalyst Control Center installation question Forum SolvedWhich version of AMD Catalyst Control Center is better and stable? Forum SolvedCatalyst control Center Lists my R9 270x Gpu 6 times? Forum SolvedTrying to install CCC (catalyst control center) Forum SolvedAvast found a virus (or something else malicious) in Catalyst Control Center? Forum SolvedUnblock option in AMD Catalyst Control Center Forum Solvedcatalyst control center stopped working Forum SolvedCatalyst Control Center is not supported by current graphics card etc... Forum SolvedCatalyst Control Center Not Installing Forum Solvedi've downloaded AMD catalyst control center. but its not running. Forum SolvedAMD Catalyst Control Center missing options!!! PLEASE HELP Forum SolvedCan't install the 2013 Catalyst Control Center Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !