Mine is a Dell laptop, I do not see Enable Dual Graphics setting in CCC.
Also, I do not see CrossFire Logo when playing Dota 2.
Does the driver supports dual mode?
Thanks for the help
Really no one from amd have any idea about it?
Dual Graphics toggle is now a CrossFire toggle, and can be found under Radeon Settings > Gaming > Global Settings > AMD CrossFire.
I don't believe there is a CrossFire profile for Dota 2.
Thanks for the reply..
So you mean that for Dual Graphics now only works if there is a profile by default associated? Won't it work if I create one?
It should work if you create one, try it.
I tried creating one..In fact I even found one profile named "Dota2 (DirectX) (Dota2.exe)" when I selected AMD predefined profiles and searched for "Dota2".. I tried it but didn't see any logo anywhere on the screen when the game was on..
Dunno what am missing.. Well I'm new to AMD, so don't know may be.. But surely all the settings I did are as per the support page I saw on amd official site..
Did you run the application in exclusive fullscreen mode?
I kept the settings to default.. "Use system resolution"
I'll try exclusive fullscreen and let know..
Hi.. Buddy I tried the exclusive fullscreen mode.. Didn't find any crossfire logo..
Infact even after configuring "Dota2" executable to "High Performance" when launch game with GPU monitoring on it shows "Power Saving"... Not sure what's going wrong..
If you play Dota2, could you attach some screenshots of your settings and the crossfire logo that's shown.. Thanks..
Does Dota2 use a launcher to start the game? If so you might want to try adding that.
Yes.. It does via Steam client.. Alright.. Will try that..
Hello.. Tried it.. Didn't work.. No CrossFire Logo anywhere..
I also messed driver installation and when reinstalled it said something like "No hardware... blah blah"
So I installed the default Dell drivers, and guess what.. My FPS bumped to 30-45 (Previous: 20-30) and during fights 10-20 (Previous less than 10)..
Don't know why..
Thanks for your help.. Guess the new drivers are not so good after all...
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