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AMD - OVERDRIVE Program


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#1 IdahoBiker

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Posted 19 June 2014 - 02:41 AM

When I Open this Program, and go to the 1): GPU Tab, it is only showing 1 Video Card (when I Have 2 in Crossfire), so I can't see the Stats on the other Card.

I have Uninstalled & Re-Installed that Program, and the AMD Drivers, and it still does it, can this be corrected??

2): When I open the Fans Tab, it only shows 1 Fan (CPU), But I have a  120mm Intake, a 23cm Side Fan, a 120mm Rear Exhaust Fan,  The 2 Video Card Fans,  The CoolerMaster N620 Hyper CPU Cooler has 2 x 120mm Fans,  Thermaltake Power Supply Fan, and I have them connected to a Zalman Fan Controller, any ideas on How to get the Other Fans Recognized??



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