Steam ingame overlay + ATT = bug?

Discussion in 'ATI Tray Tools Public Beta Section' started by Arhey, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. Arhey

    Arhey New Member

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    Hello i already used search, and don't found anything about it.
    I noticed, that ingame overlay + ATT don't work when you use 2D/3D Profiles in ATT.
    Games launch normal but in games with DX ingame overlay don't work. It also works with OpenGL games like CS 1.6.

    I have no idea if you can fix it, but i would love it.
    Otherwise is there any way to turn ATT 2D/3D detection for some games and let powerplay handle the clock speed?
    Or that ATT shutdown while some games are running and starts after they ends.

    PS: It is so since ~3 months. Earlier it worked with ATT, but after one of updates not more. I just figured it out last 2 days, when i got support message from steam and tried to turn off different features from ATT.
    The problem is there under Vista x64/Win7 x64

    System:
    Phenom II 940 BE
    4GB RAM
    780G chipset
    HD4870 1G
    Catalyst 9.10 + Win 7 x64
     
  2. Ray Adams

    Ray Adams Ancient Guru

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    No, I can not fix it. Lets Steam guyz fix their engine :)

    What do you mean for some games?

    Nope.
     
  3. Arhey

    Arhey New Member

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    I meant that some parts of ATT goes to "standby" when i start some special game. For example option @ game profiles that att goes to that "standby".

    But as i see you won't do anything against it. Just written it, because i though this bug came some months ago and maybe it could be possible to fix.

    So thanks for fast reply.
    Now i just can hope that valve fix this thingy^^
     
  4. Ray Adams

    Ray Adams Ancient Guru

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    Turn off OSD for Steam games in game profile
     

  5. Arhey

    Arhey New Member

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    Nah it is the problem why it does not worked.
    I tested some hours different settings and find out, that you have to turn OSD on.

    If someone don't like to see FPS whole time he can simply hide it.

    Ray thanks you for great tool and great support <3
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2009

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