Ok not you but Radeon Software using an Intel PC. I was told a long time ago that in order to lower temps and get the best out of your memory controller it's best to reduce VCCIO and VCCSA voltage. Don't leave it on Auto as it was too "high". Well as it turns out VCCIO is not the memory controller, per say. I've found this definition on what they are: Post Sandybridge the VCCIO is now IO A and IO D. VCCSA controls voltage for the control unit which includes: memory, arithmetic and logic unit and input and output devices The gist is that VCCIO/VCCSA wasn't what I was told/read at the time and I was lowering voltage for it needlessly. A lot of information but I'm getting to the point. When I reduced the voltage of both I noticed that Radeon Software would be "iffy" (inconsistent). I would have delays in getting screenshots. Delays in recording game play. I also noticed that even when I capped frame rates every once in a while it would fluctuate. Radeon Software wouldn't show up or take a 10 or so seconds to show up after I exited out of a game. I would have trouble using Instant Gif & Instant Replay. I would notice redcued fps in game when played more then once. Odd mouse cursor movements which had me switching dpi. When I returned the voltage back to "Auto" in the bios everything worked just fine. Radeon Software pops up every time regardless if it's after a game or otherwise. Instant recording, instant snapshots of game play, etc. FPS have been locked and hasn't moved each time I play. I haven't bothered the dpi on the mouse. Overall things were "snappy" and responsive. I cannot explain the correlation I can only explain the results. But there is nothing wrong with Radeon Software in and of itself. It works for me. Sure, sure I'm still waiting for Video Profile fix. But other then that, so far it's been behaving like new.