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Where did the Auto Tune button go?

Question asked by diongt on Nov 13, 2015
Latest reply on Nov 14, 2015 by backFireX64

I have an R9 290 graphics card. I just upgraded from Win7 to Win10 (clean install) so I have fresh drivers. I immediately noticed a severe drop in framerate on games though, which probably means I had my card overclocked before and the settings are default now. So far no problem. Then I went to enable overdrive in CCC, still no problem yet. But, I remember there being an auto-tune button that would gradually work its way through various clocks and voltages etc to find the maximum stable configuration. That button seems to be absent. Is it supposed to be there or has it been removed? I've already checked to make sure I have the most updated driver (which of course I do, I just downloaded it). I am able to overclock the card manually, but I admit I don't know enough to be comfortable doing so. I'd much rather use the automated process. Can someone help me get it back?