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AMD 7950 gigabyte loss of overclock

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September 13, 2012 12:19:31 AM

I was stable at 1200/1450 1.25v with my gigabyte 7950 using msi to change voltage and then using TRIXX to get higher than 1100 on my core. But today i noticed that my clocks went down to 900/12500 (default) and when i change them they reset. My fps in games seems okay though.


Looking at GPU-Z on the 'graphics card tab' shows correct clocks but on the sensors tab is 900mhz/1250 when I have a game on.
I tried reinstalling catalyst 12.8. What could be causing then and how can i fix it?


EDIT: I just did a little test to check fps between my "1200/1450" and stock clocks 950/1250. and they're the same fps so my gpu is definitely not getting overclocked. :/ 

EDIT: I've tried using TRIXX,CCC, and MSI to up my core by a few mhz and see if it changed in sensors section in GPU-Z, it doesn't.
October 3, 2012 11:38:14 AM

syver said:
I was stable at 1200/1450 1.25v with my gigabyte 7950 using msi to change voltage and then using TRIXX to get higher than 1100 on my core. But today i noticed that my clocks went down to 900/12500 (default) and when i change them they reset. My fps in games seems okay though.


Looking at GPU-Z on the 'graphics card tab' shows correct clocks but on the sensors tab is 900mhz/1250 when I have a game on.
I tried reinstalling catalyst 12.8. What could be causing then and how can i fix it?


EDIT: I just did a little test to check fps between my "1200/1450" and stock clocks 950/1250. and they're the same fps so my gpu is definitely not getting overclocked. :/ 

EDIT: I've tried using TRIXX,CCC, and MSI to up my core by a few mhz and see if it changed in sensors section in GPU-Z, it doesn't.

Try re-installing it? Or disabling the iGPU in your processor.
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