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Issues overclocking 7670m

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September 8, 2012 1:23:08 PM

I have a A6-440m+7670m, i am not using crossfire when i try to overclcok the 7670m. but when i go into after burner it shows the stock clocks as the maximum. Also trixx seems to only open when i play a games any ideas on oveclocing this card?
September 8, 2012 2:25:10 PM

also when i open trixx it just freezes. I'm using 12.8 drivers
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September 8, 2012 3:39:23 PM

You are not gonna be able to OC mobile hardware without it cooking...Laptops are not meant to OC weather it is the CPU(APU), GPU, or RAM
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September 8, 2012 4:51:48 PM

Im asking how not that i shouldn't. like i said i tried Msi afterburner and it shows the stock clocks as the maximum clock settings. but i know people have OC the 7670m. Can anyone help?
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September 8, 2012 8:04:33 PM

Good Luck with that....
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September 20, 2012 4:52:24 AM

Trixx can overclock a trinity system. However, it lags until you change it for the 7670M. If you have the patient, let it load fully, click over the tab that selects for the grapic card,waiiiiittt, select 7670M, waaiiiiiiit. Tada, you are good.

Now you can clock the Core all the way up to 900Mhz... I know that 780 is stable.

Alternatively, I also got msi afterburner to work. You have to first disable ULPS.

reboot

Go to the MSI After burner short cut. add /xcl after the quotation mark.

Open the program (Nothing will happan).

Restart the computer.

Go back to the short cut, remove /xcl

Open the program. it should like you adjust core and memory

I'm on 12.8 catalyst.

Pushing it to 780 Mhz gives a nice 20% increase without much increase in temperature. The 7670M is pretty OCable.
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September 20, 2012 1:50:36 PM

Real_GM said:
Trixx can overclock a trinity system. However, it lags until you change it for the 7670M. If you have the patient, let it load fully, click over the tab that selects for the grapic card,waiiiiittt, select 7670M, waaiiiiiiit. Tada, you are good.

Now you can clock the Core all the way up to 900Mhz... I know that 780 is stable.

Alternatively, I also got msi afterburner to work. You have to first disable ULPS.

reboot

Go to the MSI After burner short cut. add /xcl after the quotation mark.

Open the program (Nothing will happan).

Restart the computer.

Go back to the short cut, remove /xcl

Open the program. it should like you adjust core and memory

I'm on 12.8 catalyst.

Pushing it to 780 Mhz gives a nice 20% increase without much increase in temperature. The 7670M is pretty OCable.

But whenever i use trixx and change the clock it just goes back to the stock clocks. and how do i diable ulps?
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September 20, 2012 2:47:15 PM

maxpain456 said:
But whenever i use trixx and change the clock it just goes back to the stock clocks. and how do i diable ulps?


Try going to Regedit, search for "EnableUlps", and change it to 0. Then restart
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September 20, 2012 3:10:01 PM

Real_GM said:
Try going to Regedit, search for "EnableUlps", and change it to 0. Then restart
got it to work but something concerns me. when i go into trixx and it shows my 7670m's info it shows it only has 400 unified when i should have 480. do you know whats the deal?
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March 11, 2013 4:10:11 PM

I also have the same problem but changing EnableUlps to 0 did not help.
Any suggestions?
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