Hd 5970 Problems!

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by denesch, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. denesch

    denesch Member

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    Hi, guys i need help of you g33ks :D

    Yesterday i buy HD 5970 and i think that somthing doesnt work right becouse i have low FPS at all games. I think that GPU2 doesnt work ok.
    I made some test but i dont know realy what it mean os if some one can help thx.

    My Computer:

    CPU: Intel E6850
    MB: GigaByte GA-p35-dq6
    RAM: 2*2GB DDR2 800MHz patriot
    GC: Sapphire HD 5970
    UPS: ThermalTake TR2 1000W

    Here is screen what is wrong:

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    srz for wrong section xD
     
    Last edited: Dec 23, 2009
  2. gerardfraser

    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    Run any game for five minutes.Do not have MSI on screen display on .Exit game, take a screen shot of MSI monitor and post back.
     
  3. Chris Chiu

    Chris Chiu Active Member

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    Which game ? and Please remember, Crossfire(included X2) only work in Fullscreen mode. Any windowed mode will auto disabled 2nd GPU rendering. Also your CPU is E8650. a little bit low-end for 5970. You better have a quad cores GPU OC to around 4G to push 5970 performance.
     
  4. luv2increase

    luv2increase Master Guru

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    If you had an Nvidia card on your system before, you should do a full format and reinstall the OS.

    Here is the correct way of install ATI drivers.

    What you need to do is:

    1. uninstall all your drivers - reboot
    2. Run Driver Sweeper 2.1.0 in Admin mode and sweep everything ATI - reboot
    3. Delete all AMD and ATI folders from your OS drive - This will include \Users\xxxx\AppData\Local\ATI & Roaming\ATI as well!
    4. Open up Task Manager, and you will see the first process as atiblahblah.exe. Open up the file location, end the process, and then delete that file along with the other 8-9 ati files right next to it.
    5. Run CCleaner. Run CCleaner Registry Cleaner
    6. Open of your registry -- regedit -- Navigate to LocalMachine\Software\Delete Every Folder ATI & AMD | Navigate to CurrentUser\Software\Delete Every Folder ATI & AMD
    7. Open up Auslogics Registry Cleaner -- Click Advanced Scan -- Check every single box -- Click run and then clean
    8. Logoff
    9. Login
    10. Install 9.12 Hotfix (forget 9.12 whql) - reboot
    11. Reboot again
    12. Install ATI Stream SDK 2.0 (non-beta)
    13. Reboot

    edit: If you have AMD CPU, only delete ATI folder in registry.
     
    Last edited: Dec 25, 2009

  5. LBJM

    LBJM Member Guru

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    It's the p35 chipset I had a friend use my second 5970 on his system and he only gets 40% usage on each gpu if that. you need a newer system to take advantage of the 5970.
     
  6. AbjectBlitz

    AbjectBlitz Ancient Guru

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    No works fine here.
     
  7. DSK

    DSK Banned

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    If that cpu is at stock then it would explain some of it but what games are you testing?

    what drivers do you have installed?
     

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