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AMD R9 290X (Crossfire) GPU2 Core Clock?

Question asked by tauske on Oct 1, 2016
Latest reply on Oct 6, 2016 by colesdav

Graphics:
AMD R9 290X (8GB)
AMD R9 290X (8GB)
(Crossfired)

CPU:

AMD FX(tm)-9590 8-Core Processor

RAM:

32GB DDR5

Motherboard:

Sabertooth 990FB R2.0

Operating System:

Windows 10 64 Bit System

Radeon Software Version:
16.6

Dual Monitor Setup:

Acer G246HL 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

 

 

 

 

This isn't a new build by any means, had it for a while, but I've always wondered about my GPU Clocks, never thought to ask till now I guess though.
When I am running my Cards the main Card runs on Max Core Clock when I am in games, or watching video's or whatever, but the GPU 2 clock never goes above 300?

I've tried this Crossfired, and I've tried this with Crossfire Disabled and 1 Monitor plugged into each Graphics Card, the situation never changes. I boot the PC on, both Core Clocks go straight to 300, then when I start gaming, or watching video's, whatever I am doing for my entertainment at the time, my main GPU1 Clock will spike up to Max, but the GPU2 Clock never goes above the Default 300?

 

(I am using MSI Afterburner to see these results)

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