I'm trying to get my crossfire for the two 1GB Galaxy 6950s to work, but unfortunately it is not. I tried uninstalling everything related to ccc, removed the drivers for both graphics card, and had windows detect both cards and reinstall ccc v.11.12 and the profiler, but there was no option in the ccc to enable crossfire after reinstalling. I checked the device drivers, and both cards were detected by Windows, and GPU-Z picks up both cards, and says that crossfire is disabled.
If you need anymore information please ask, I'd be glad to help towards getting me an answer, because I'd really like to get this to work.
how did u link your vid cards?
you should have 2x xfire cables connected to them.
Your windows should have detected 2x vid cards.
If you go into "DEVICE MGR" in windows you should see 2x amd 6900x series under the display adaptors tab.
The catalyst drivers need to detect both vid cards b4 you can enable xfire. You will need to chk if windows actually detected both into your system
Try to disable Lucid support. And then try to CF them.
Meaning the iGPU rendering settings....in the BIOS http://www.eteknix.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/111208190519.jpg
Another Note, the New CCC seems to be very unstable when it comes to crossfiring cards. A lot of people have had problems. I would suggest using the last one in the 10.XX Series for the time being.
Okay, I uninstalled the latest version of ccc, and install 10.12 version of it. Next I'm going to go into the BIOS and change that option, and I'll let you know if I even have the option to do it in the ccc, but thank you for your help.