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    Need help with CrossFire issues.

    Try 2 x 5970's in crossfire in BF3 (without vsync that is, it smooths out the FPS if you turn it on but you have horrible input lag). It runs like shit with any of their drivers, serious highs and lows in FPS (drops to the single digits). I've tried every driver from 11.9 and up with various...
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    Crossfire without CCC?

    Did you create a profile for the game and configure the stuff on the launchers tab? http://www.radeonpro.info/en-US/Manual/32/The-Launcher-tab
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    Crossfire without CCC?

    RadeonPro will let you enable it and customize what crossfire method you want for individual games etc..
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    Ati flash 5970

    About the only thing I'd suggest on that is that you try lowering your overclocks of the graphics card down to clock speeds and see if that helps. If it starts working properly you might have either had an unstable overclock or maybe heat is an issue when you are warming up the card...
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    Ati flash 5970

    Yeah I've modified the BIOS using RBE for both. If you water cool your video cards some people have had to use RBE to bump up the default clock rates just to avoid the cold bug that can happen during boot up. I personally didn't run into the cold bug but I wanted to set my clock rates in the...
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    Ati flash 5970

    Make sure you aren't doing it from the outer menu... you need to leave your normal boot device order as CD/DVD, Hard Drive etc... It is the "hard drive" boot priority menu where you should be changing the boot order and pushing the USB flash drive to the top. If you aren't seeing the...
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    Ati flash 5970

    I should also note that this step: Go into the hard disk boot priority and move the USB flash drive to the top. ...should actually show your USB flash drive name as one of the hard drive entries (my Patriot does at least).
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    Ati flash 5970

    If it is anything like my USB flash drive you need to: Plug the device in Reboot Go into the BIOS Go into the hard disk boot priority and move the USB flash drive to the top. Save and exit the BIOS. I have a similar motherboard as yours and this is the method I use. There was also...
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    Driver Sweeper, Win7 SP1 and YOU!!

    You are not everyone. Ever hear of corruption? I'm not sure exactly what you are trying to prove here besides making an ass out of yourself.
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    Driver Sweeper, Win7 SP1 and YOU!!

    Good point. Thanks for this fix by the way, my SFC is now squeaky clean.
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    Driver Sweeper, Win7 SP1 and YOU!!

    Sounds like someone doesn't have an ATI video card to me.
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    ATI Catalyst 10.8 Drivers Coming This Afternoon

    Ah ok I get ya now.
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    ATI Catalyst 10.8 Drivers Coming This Afternoon

    Once you have all of the overclock settings stable and how you want them you set them like that in in your BIOS (see the RBE walkthrough in the RBE section). From that point forward you can simply reset the CCC settings to default and it should use the speeds/voltages etc. from your BIOS. I...
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    ATI Catalyst 10.8 Drivers Coming This Afternoon

    RBE FTW You can just flash it to whatever you want them to run at and never have to worry about them again.
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    ATI card flashing

    Try to install a Windows OS using bootcamp and dump the BIOS of the card directly while on the Mac under the Windows OS. Might or might not help but worth a try.
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