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2D clocks on HD5770 .

trickson

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I really could use some help . I have been looking since I get this card for a way to set the 2D clocks to the same as the 3D clocks . I took out the drivers and the Cat control panel I installed just the video card drivers with out control panel and installed MSI after burner now I could use some help getting this done . Thank you all in advance .
 

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Just set the 3d clocks to what you want in Afterburner, then make Afterburner start-up with windows. If you want to run "stock" 3d clocks just OC by 1mhz w/ AB. Once Afterburner has control of the clocks it will stay there. Why do you want to run 3d clocks all of the time? I might have a better solution for you. :)
 

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Just set the 3d clocks to what you want in Afterburner, then make Afterburner start-up with windows. If you want to run "stock" 3d clocks just OC by 1mhz w/ AB.
sweet I will try this out .

OK now my 2D clocks are running ( thank you ) @ 400 / 1200 great this is just what I wanted ( less flickering on my screen now ) Thank You !

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Or you could just plug in another display and you get those clock constantly :) Same thing if you use DVI-VGA adapter and plug the VGA input of your monitor there :p (and then expand desktop)
 

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Or you could just plug in another display and you get those clock constantly :) Same thing if you use DVI-VGA adapter and plug the VGA input of your monitor there :p (and then expand desktop)
For some reason when I try to plug in my Philips T.V. into the DVI port in the back it will not work . I have tried every thing to get it to work but it will not so a second monitor is not the option I have .