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Catalyst 10.5 and default cloak rates

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May 31, 2010 6:25:26 PM

Just installed 10.5 for my 5770, and my default 2D (no video acceleration) went from 157 core 300 memory (with 10.4) to 400 core and 1200 memory. I uninstalled 10.5 and went back to 10.4, and again am running at cool 157/300 rates on the desktop. 10.5 broke?
May 31, 2010 6:39:02 PM

Could it be that is the ATi attempt at a GSOD/Verticle line fix?
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May 31, 2010 6:47:07 PM

My Radeon HD5770 is running 157/300 with CCC 10.5. If I experience 2D pixellation as I did with all the previous CCCs, I will raise it to 200/400 via the profile manager.
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May 31, 2010 7:00:01 PM

What they have Cloaking devices now ???
You mean Clock right ? Anyway i agree with MM

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May 31, 2010 7:12:19 PM

I'm just taking a stab in the dark really but it does seem to mirror the fix that some ATi users have using for a while now.
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May 31, 2010 8:25:43 PM

suat said:
My Radeon HD5770 is running 157/300 with CCC 10.5. If I experience 2D pixellation as I did with all the previous CCCs, I will raise it to 200/400 via the profile manager.


wait, so u are getting 157/300 default after fresh installing 10.5?
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June 1, 2010 1:03:04 PM

Yes. After uninstalling CCC 10.4 properly and installing CCC 10.5, I have default idle clocks of 157 / 300 ( core / memory ). This time CCC 10.5 is running properly. Since the day CCC 10.5 was released and I installed it, it has not given me any "Ati Radeon Family display driver stopped responding and has successfully recovered" warning messages till now. If it does as with all previous CCC versions, I will increase the idle (2D) clocks with a profile. In that case, my sweet spot for idle clocks is 200 / 400 MHz.
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June 1, 2010 2:49:18 PM

My cards are usually 157/300 after 10.5 but on occasion I've seen my 2nd card sits at 400/900. It was fine until for some reason yesterday it went back up to those clocks. In the RBE bios editor I noticed that the "profile setting" that activates those speeds is called "UVD" but I don't know what it means.

EDIT: oh... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UVD
"unified video decoder"
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June 1, 2010 5:42:21 PM

On one of my machines, the 5850 is idling at 157/300. The 5770 on another machine is idling at 400/1200.

At first the 5850 was idling high as well, but i unchecked "enable ati overdrive" and then it idle again as normal.

Wonder what I can do about the 5770?
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