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my crossfire setup, amd radeon hd 7800 series is now running at performance level 0 (graphics 300MHz memory 150MHz) instead of the former level 1 (graphics 975MHz, memory 1200MHz) How can i fix this??

Question asked by darthruin on Nov 1, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 2, 2015 by t77chevy

my crossfire setup, amd radeon hd 7800 series is now running at performance level 0 (graphics 300MHz memory 150 MHz) instead of the former level 1 (graphics 975MHz, memory 1200MHz) How can i fix this?? I noticed an issue here and I use the CPUZ monitor to validate that it has changed. When i use the AMD catalyst control center to try to change the values, It ignores me?

If you look at the CPU-Z report, under graphic, my cards are recognized. there is a dropdown box where it shows the values in MHz. performance level 0 is like i said above, and 1 is the normal level I was running at?

 

What happened and how do i put it back?

Please help, this kind of thing freaks me out.

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