4 Replies Latest reply on May 15, 2017 7:18 AM by track

    AMD Wattman won't save my GPU core clock settings

    atrin01

      Hey, before we start this let me share my information:

       

      GPU: Sapphire R9 390X

      Desktop

      Windows 10 64 bit

      Radeon Relive version 17.4.3

      DP adapter in use, 144HZ monitor, 1920x1080, made by AOC

      Motherboard: Asus Z-97A

      CPU: Intel 4790K 4.3 ghz

      Powersupply: EVGA 850G2

      Amount of memory installed: 16 GB

       

      So basically, i have the exact same issue like this person:

      Cant overclock my 390, wattman won't save my settings. Afterburner overclocks force the Core speed to 300Mhz and Memory to 150Mhz.

       

      I didnt see this go any further, so i thought i'd make my own post. The exact same thing that happened to this person has happened to me, Wattman simply doesnt save my core overclock.

      I had programs like MSI Afterburner, which i deleted thinking it would "disturb" wattman's settings, this didnt help. Ive been looking in to overclocking my GPU but i cant, this is something that needs to be solved since its really important.

       

      I have already tried doing a clean install of drivers, i have also tried to deleted them with a program called DDU (Display driver unistaller) which hasnt helped much either.