CCC panel settings keep changing

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  1. bassfisher6522

    bassfisher6522 Member

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    I've noticed recently that my CCC (12.4) keeps changing the settings in the performance tab. Mainly the over drive sub-sections, especially the CPU overdrive. At the moment I have both GPU and CPU overdrives enabled, neither are set to the maximum. With these settings everything works fine, never a BSOD or GPU crash. Right now in the performance tab there are 4 sub sections; graphics overdrive, cpu power, cpu overdrive and amd over drive. The when it changes, for no apparent reason, all that is showing is 2, graphics overdrive and cpu power.
     
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    Anybody have an idea, a clue...it's driving me nuts.
     
  3. MrCantGetRight

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    ive heard of this i wish i could help you,
    just becareful downloading the AMD Catalyst 12.x (8.97 April 18) Unofficial BETA in this forum because it might break your computer xD
     
  4. kn00tcn

    kn00tcn Ancient Guru

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    what happens if you pin the ones that sometimes go missing, then open them from your pinned menu?
     

  5. bassfisher6522

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    I seem to notice this when I use ccleaner...but looking through the settings, there's nothing romotely close to CCC. I can't confirm this, not until I run ccleaner and see if in fact that is what's happenning.

    Thanks for the suggestions.
     
  6. Clouseau

    Clouseau Ancient Guru

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    If you have also downloaded and applied CCEnhancer, then there is a setting on the applications tab labled Fuel Logs and what not. Untick that box and see if that helps. Otherwise may give a try to reinstalling CCC.
     
  7. bassfisher6522

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    No I haven't but will look into it...thanks.
     

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