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J57F

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    Male

System

  • CPU
    1600
  • Motherboard
    MSI B350 PC MATE
  • RAM
    16gb
  • GPU
    R9 270x
  • Case
    NZXT Source 220
  • Storage
    250gb ssd + 1tb hdd + 4tb hdd
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    Seasonic 750w 80+Gold
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    2 cheapo 1080p 60hz monitors
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    hyper t4
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    k70
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    g305
  1. I found that using msi Afterburner lets me change clock speed and it sticks. So for anyone that may stumble upon this post with the same issue as me, Radeon settings is still unable to change anything, but Afterburner rules all.
  2. Trying gpu tweak, applying settings results in just like, no change to clock speed, and also the clock speed in asus's software sets itself to it's minimum. The same results happens if the radeon software application isn't open. gif showing this: https://gfycat.com/impishshowydunnart
  3. When trying to launch Trixx it tells me it requires a Sapphire graphics card, then closes.
  4. When trying to overclock my gpu, Radeon software resets it's settings almost instantly after I apply them. I do not have any other software running that would be doing this. Gif demonstrating the issue: https://gfycat.com/unpleasantmeatylcont Radeon Software version: 20.5.1 (5/25/20) Gpu bios version: 015.041.000.001 (1/14/14) My specs: Asus R9 270X DirectCU II Ryzen 5 1600 at stock 3.6 season focus plus 750w 80+gold msi b350 pc mate 16gb 3200mhz
  5. Have a 270x, could definitely use the upgrade, currently get ~45fps in most games. Big fan of your videos, keep it up.
  6. Cpu: FX 6300 @4.3GHZGpu: ASUS R9 270X 2GBRam: G.Skill 1600MHZ 16GB
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