ClockBlocker is a GPU power-management control software designed for AMD graphics cards. It started as a tool entirely designed for the Radeon R9 Fury series, yet many people have had success with the tool on a whole slew of different graphics hardware. While there may be other tools that already work on your hardware to stop downclocking, this is potentially another option available to you. Want to read a bit more? Check out the web-documentation linked right here. (Please be aware that the screenshots are a bit outdated at this point [more choices exist on dialogs], but the usage-guide is otherwise still valid) Direct Download links for the current latest version (Dallas): Installer 7zip self extractor (for non-installation) Documentation Archived versions Mirrored links (Seattle): Installer 7zip self extractor (for non-installation) Documentation Archived versions Guru3D Downloads Use Logitech Gaming Software? -There's a known issue where running ClockBlocker and having ClockBlocker trigger a "block" rule will disrupt LGS' ability to detect game processes. In the short term I've produced a workaround, which is posted about starting from here: here. 1.0 -- tested on LGS 8.x (does not support older versions) 1.1 -- tested on LGS 8.x and 5.x ** Please keep in mind that 1.1 is functionally the same and differs only in the injection method. If your hardware works with the latest LGS, then 1.0 may be best for you. self extracting 7zip LGS Hook 1.0.exe -- via proxy-DLL injector LGS Hook 1.1.exe -- via external injector (launcher) sha1 hash: 35d4ad976023ec9556c9e3b813fd7a200687788a /Archive/Logitech Gaming Software/LGS Hook 1.0.exe 200957799a296df7849a1579fc72ee8e5bcb52b3 /Archive/Logitech Gaming Software/LGS Hook 1.1.exe The jist: ^ This bug has been reported to Logitech, so presumably in later versions of their software it may be properly fixed and the workaround no longer needed. (it'd be wise to re-check if my proxy DLL is needed with newer releases) Want to check your download? Code: SHA1-hashes: ec8ec32bdbe290d81c7fe12e8d8d07f285407b8a /Archive/1.0/1.0-4/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 624f56df64897e0fca06617da1db91fe132e586a /Archive/1.0/1.0-5/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 9625df03a9bea61e213f22cde81745d28b32e3a6 /Archive/1.0/1.0-6/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 931241d9f3d5a8c569a942b935e90ca99258d8c1 /Archive/1.0/1.0-7/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe a16015350ead29d709fe6e08b04e3736d260893e /Archive/1.0/1.0-8/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 928a7005a6883eab95ff1ef6588f3681e8921141 /Archive/1.1/1.1-2a/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 7a3bab8e2941fd92b6657065b10387f7b915a56a /Archive/1.1/1.1-2a/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 1231a7a88519a5a48aaec5c7494f35b335d238e5 /Archive/1.1/1.1-3/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 7096853d0bd3828a9cefb12277cf0155626f78d2 /Archive/1.1/1.1-3/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 92c034def1558fc125fc68b0ef586cac3ec44d8f /Archive/1.1/1.1-4/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 3f57e9f933007e6f8a2af7d82231649c282e3209 /Archive/1.1/1.1-4/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe de08952af3ae84fcff6abca3e73604056d8476ec /Archive/1.2/1.2-0/ClockBlocker ADL Module 1.0.zip 27ba3fba0140006681be65301dd68e86a7e135d8 /Archive/1.2/1.2-0/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe a49b96fa343e0ce3f0a15114e821b79b727d3fe4 /Archive/1.2/1.2-0/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe ff2e638d5aa94431cb04a3e194fbdfdf3bf89ca4 /Archive/1.2/1.2-1b/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 3edd2c14592befe371e5cde74100864213749eb9 /Archive/1.2/1.2-1b/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 2d10bfc451f03c1c240b0dfc8d178928dcaf9085 /Archive/1.2/1.2-2/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 15c256abe154770882acaadaf6851b8e63b346de /Archive/1.2/1.2-2/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe cfd4c41e99c9d0c876f2ab512602f572762c9e74 /Archive/1.2/1.2-3/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 8201387c7ac45912f6ee97bb8a54900457ceac75 /Archive/1.2/1.2-3/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe cc3b2ba4a8027c826bd9d4944f6a666d3a11bd3c /Archive/1.2/1.2-3a/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe fd7e0e2b899dd6c430639bab4f5ce53575828319 /Archive/1.2/1.2-3a/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 3080d7573dad3dc0dc0e26bc9ed2f9410a61613c /Archive/1.2/1.2-4/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe fa992b82754a73d2220de5a8514541e21ad7ff6a /Archive/1.2/1.2-4/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 80020f261122ef058dd04ada415e1d4a52d03859 /Archive/1.2/1.2-5/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 5a308ecf2284a5757e3d80f2e914add6e7472f05 /Archive/1.2/1.2-5/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 0981e10712fc3f02ec2acea3a5459bf6cb360e51 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.2/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 5203c582f946b4aaed41b2b37b234047f2d82ad4 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.2/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 68fe41ec855f14f9084b5a814213ef82141f70d8 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.3/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 320ab22b9fee8084c3f89c99867b6f9daab405a2 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.3/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 428415c618cb99b9972b32b07f1e35ace1142aa4 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.4/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 602b5940ba352987591a8e19bffa715218dba0ce /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.4/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe aab9c0e70ab36b4d2b936d4e060cc7dd0d8b9478 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.5/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 88deab4014eb4d258f49ffbd45fd987f43cb9307 /Archive/1.2/1.2-6.5/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe b1e8618f4f2b2ed8fc295e304c7ccdc8d3ae4688 /Archive/1.3/1.3.4/ClockBlocker_7zExtractor.exe 4d347efb85737f2f6d6fa72d2fe9aa6c26919023 /Archive/1.3/1.3.4/ClockBlocker_Setup.exe 3148104c3d1d0f3f7fdd75e6d45acbdd66650634 /Archive/BETA/ClockBlocker 1.3.3 BETA.exe 35d4ad976023ec9556c9e3b813fd7a200687788a /Archive/Logitech Gaming Software/LGS Hook 1.0.exe 200957799a296df7849a1579fc72ee8e5bcb52b3 /Archive/Logitech Gaming Software/LGS Hook 1.1.exe This tool has been posted on AMD's forums in the Fury-X corruption thread, as it was designed due to 'THAT' problem which I was having. It is probably useful for far more purposes than screen-corruption though. While this has been tested now by many more people, I definitely would like to continue hearing if you have success or issues with ClockBlocker on your rigs. I'm also of course open to suggestions on the ClockBlocker UI or any other aspects of it. All that out of the way, brief section from the link: --I will of course respond on these forums, and to PM's on Guru3D. You do not need to register on our site. Knowing that the software is working: -The 'easiest' way to test if the tool works at all. Is to after installation edit the "DEFAULT" rule to "Block", instead of "Downclock". If everything is working right, at this point your Graphics Card would clock itself up to the maximum frequency (0% load, at idle on the Windows desktop). -I would suggest trying to do this before playing around with profiles for a starting point. Otherwise there's going to be alot of potential questions on if programs are properly being detected, the profile you've defined is actually working & detecting game processes, etc. -As long as you're in Windowed Mode, you can see whether or not ClockBlocker thinks it should be attempting to block downclocking by looking at the System-Tray Icon. If the program's icon is YELLOW, then blocking is not being applied. If it's RED, your profile has correctly identified the application. -A green tray-icon indicates upclock blocking. -Currently you'll need to use another utility, such as MSI-Afterburner, TriXX, or GPU-Z to see if your clock speeds are actually being increased. (do not take my software's tray-icon as truthful until you've verified my tool works on your system) **I will likely add AMD ADL to some future release to make this easier. Recent: New builds from 1.1 onward execute as multiple processes. If ClockBlocker's helper-container crashes, ClockBlocker will attempt to re-launch it as soon as an error message is OK'd. This may result in a chain of error messages if ClockBlocker is set to "block". ----If that happens, close ClockBlocker or disable Blocking before accepting the error prompt(s). You can either re-download the software from here, get it via a 7zip self extractor, or use the built in Software Update function (based on the installer). [Right Click on the Tray-Icon, Misc > Software Update] Prior installers are still available from here, for if the new version doesn't work for you and the older versions did. Confused on the rule system's advanced features? Here's a putting the recent new features together example: -This may give you an idea of how you'd use all these things with the direction the software is going. Code: =============================================================== Settings > General =============================================================== Start With Windows = TRUE Check for Updates on Startup = FALSE Always Ontop = TRUE Show Splash = FALSE Exclude ScreenSavers (fullscreen & 3D detection) = TRUE Disable Editor Confirmation = TRUE Window Fade Speed = FAST Blocking Method = ADL =============================================================== Settings > Rules =============================================================== [Executable] | [Action] | [Priority] | [Enabled] ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ | ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ | ++++++++++ | +++++++++ "*.scr" | "[ADL] Force-Downclock" | "100" | "YES" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4\Fallout4.exe" | "Block" | "50" | "YES" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\IDE\devenv.exe" | "[ADL] Force-Downclock if in the foreground" | "0" | "YES" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" | "[ADL] Force-Downclock if in the foreground" | "0" | "YES" "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\*" | "Block if in the foreground" | "0" | "YES" "FULLSCREEN_PROGRAM" | "Block" | "0" | "YES" "3D_PROGRAM" | "Block" | "0" | "NO" "DEFAULT" | "Downclock" | "0" | "YES" And worded out what those rules all accomplish: -force downclocking if a screensaver is running. (priority example) -block downclocking if Fallout 4 is running in the foreground or the background, as long as a screensaver isn't running. -force downclocking if we're working in Visual Studio or browsing the web in Firefox, as long as Fallout 4 isn't running. -block downclocking if we're in any Steam game (windowed mode or fullscreen w/ current focus), as long as a screensaver isn't running. -and finally raise the clocks if any fullscreen program has focus (non Steam), with the same constraints as above on screensavers. There may be more cool things you can do such as with media-players or anything else to tame your card and tailor it to your usage, but hopefully this gives some ideas. -Also note that you do not have to have ADL set as the method to use "[ADL]" rule types. These will always use ADL regardless your selection. Let's find a way to get the most out of our cards. Cheers!