Hi all, I'm a new user at this forum, even though I know the site for a long time now... For starters, I would like to Thank all of the TPU cast for the excellent site & Forum, that has provided me with a lot of very useful info (trough reviews and posts) and, of course, W1zzard for his excellent GPU-Z app that I have been using since the early versions (It's just that good!). Ok now, getting on to business. I have a ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470 on a Toshiba Satellite A300 notebook. I must say when I bought this, I was very pleased with the performance of the system, being a HD x470 class, but when the driver updates started, things got a little confusing. When the laptop was new, it came with the Catalyst 8.6 driver installed. 6 months or so later, a updated was issued, so i did the usual procedure of the driver removal (ATI & Driversweeper), and installed the new driver (Catalyst 8.8). By then my Graphics performance had decreased drastically, Test Drive jammed a lot, TrackMania used to run at 50 FPS and was now running at 40 FPS (with the same graphics config) and Fallout 3 just started to dislike the landscapes... To make matters worse, when I ran GPU-Z to check if something was changed, I got the wonderful information that my GPU clocks where at half. Meanwhile I have been able to run games albeit slower. Last month Toshiba issued another driver update, this time Catalyst 9.5. Same procedure, installation went fine...same results, same clocks, same performance. Weird thing was Everest used to state the same clocks that GPU-Z had, but now there is just no agreement. The clocks are by default: Core @ 680MHz; RAM @ 500MHz (or so GPU-Z, Wiki, ATI, and other sites state) So...to sum it up, it looks like this: Catalyst 8.6 : GPU-Z showed 680/500 Catalyst 8.8 : GPU-Z showed 337/247 Catalyst 9.5 : GPU-Z shows 337/247; Everest shows 110/396 What I'm asking here is: At what clocks is my GPU running with??! If it helps (I know it doesn't), I can't extract the VGA BIOS with GPU-Z and ATItools, nor can ATItools run due to an error when the program starts. And my system spec are in the drop down menu.