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0 mhz graphed incorrectly

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The sensors tab graphs 0 mhz incorrectly. It seems to be graphed the same as 300 mhz (or the max clock).
Temp is shown as 0 C in ZeroCore Power mode, shouldn't this be -- or another value to indicate unknown? As 0 C isn't right.
 

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Can it even run at 0 Mhz?

And what does other programs say about the temps? If they're incorrect there too it's something else.
 

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The sensors tab graphs 0 mhz incorrectly. It seems to be graphed the same as 300 mhz (or the max clock).
Temp is shown as 0 C in ZeroCore Power mode, shouldn't this be -- or another value to indicate unknown? As 0 C isn't right.
Normally it shows that if the GPU-Z does not recognize your GPU or if GPU-Z is bugged (somewhat) Ive had this happen to me on a few occasions and its usually on laptops, specially the much older ones.

either way, your GPU isnt being recognized. you might get lucky and have GPU-Z manage to the the name of your GPU but everything else it has no idea about. Maybe its a bug with GPU-Z so report it to w1zzard and see what he can tell you.
 

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Nah, it's because the GPU (Sapphire Radeon 7950) is in ZeroCore Power mode. The GPU *is* recognized.
How do I report to w1zzard?
 

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Nah, it's because the GPU (Sapphire Radeon 7950) is in ZeroCore Power mode. The GPU *is* recognized.
How do I report to w1zzard?
you already have, by posting here.



I've seen odd behaviour when my second crossfire card is powered down as well, not sure if theres anything w1zz can do about it - it may just be how the drivers behave.