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Hi,

I have two Radeon HD6950's and RadeonPro can apparently see both cards (I can see both of them in the OverDrive section) but the Crossfire section is all greyed out, unusable.

asked Jun 14 '13 at 23:26

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I've tried two others things here before ever posting... but I had no luck

the ulps thing

and

restoring the defaults

and while I'm posting I'm wondering if fan profiles might ever be supported like MSI Afterburner?

and they have this great plug-in that works with Rainmeter so you can monitor your cards settings and performance levels when not in fullscreen.

(Jun 17 '13 at 06:01) Michelle911

Which Crossfire section is disabled? Also, please make sure you're running the latest build.

(Jun 18 '13 at 20:22) John ♦♦

About fan profiles, no, that feature is not available in RadeonPro. Rainmeter isn't supported as well.

(Jun 18 '13 at 20:24) John ♦♦

Hi John,

I've looked and looked for another crossfire section but I cannot find it. I can see only one :( it's the one in Tweaks, here:

http://i1296.photobucket.com/albums/ag2/Michelle911_TinyPic/ScreenHunter_62Jun242149_zpsaa79858b.jpg?t=1372136020

I've tried 1.1.1.0 11/Apr/2013 and 1.1.1.0 13/Apr/2013 both

Considering there won't be fan profiles I wonder if there's a way then to monitor temps on the desktop when not in fullscreen? As I understand it I shouldn't be running Afterburner at the same time as RadeonPro. I've written a Rainmeter script/skin that displays all my GPUs information on the desktop, is something I'm so used to that I really hate to give it up. I could probly get used to static fan adjustments by way of the profiles in Radeon pro, so I'm just weighing options.... regardless, thanks for all the great work on this awesome tool :)

(Jun 25 '13 at 01:02) Michelle911

Michelle911, please click the AMD Radeon logo at bottom of screen, press the right mouse button anywhere on information window and choose Copy all, then paste the text here.

(Jun 27 '13 at 16:32) John ♦♦

here you go

Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series Catalyst Driver: 13.6 (13.101-130523a-157668E-ATI) Video Adapter: AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series Bios Version: 113-1E18620-S44 Chip Identifier: AMD Radeon Graphics Processor (0x6719) DAC Type: Internal DAC(400MHz) Memory Size: 2048 MB Registry Location: SystemCurrentControlSetControlVideo{D82B8065-B2CE-4586-B52B-9AF6E1841B39}0000 Driver Caps: 100111001111111111111 Main Device: \.DISPLAY1 Total GPU count: 2 Installed Drivers: aticfx64,aticfx64,aticfx64,aticfx32,aticfx32,aticfx32,atiumd64,atidxx64,atidxx64,atiumdag,atidxx32,atidxx32,atiumdva,atiumd6a,atitmm64 PNP Device ID: PCIVEN_1002&DEV_6719&SUBSYS_186B174B&REV_004&33435D6C&0&0038

(Jun 27 '13 at 22:08) Michelle911

playing with this some more... totally uninstalled afterburner to see if it would make a difference, also reinstalled video drivers with a clean uninstall and I used the amd uninstall utility too.

I noticed the crossfire section became active but only for profiles, not for global. also my crossfire HAD to be on in CCC for this to work at all - and when crossfire was disabled after having RP loaded video from my 2nd video card would turn on and off at about 10 second intervals (forcing me to reset). so yeah anyhow, I've got an eyefinity display on my primary hd6950 and an HDTV display on the second card, crossfire is ONLY active when I have a game that needs it, the other 90% of the time I'm running all 4 monitors.

SO... I'm hoping it's not by design that crossfire is only switchable in RP as long as it's enabled in CCC? I guess anyone with crossfire could answer this... I hope not cause then I'll always be stuck with CCC to turn it on or off then :(

thanks! I hope I made sense

(Jul 10 '13 at 17:31) Michelle911

Crossfire must be enabled in CCC (sorry, I thought you already had it enabled)

Some Crossfire settings are usable only at Profile level.

(Jul 10 '13 at 17:39) John ♦♦

aw :( so what this means is that RP can't ever be used to switch CF on or off at game time then huh... it was suggested on oc.net to use it for exactly this, so I guessed it would work.

sorry for the wasted space.

any idea then how to get presets in CCC to work? they've never worked the whole time I've had an ati card

(Jul 10 '13 at 18:30) Michelle911

But you can use RadeonPro to deactivate Crossfire for specific profiles, you just need to have Crossfire enabled in CCC.

IDK about presets, never used them.

(Jul 10 '13 at 18:44) John ♦♦

see that's the thing, maybe I'm just not using RP right? but I need to have CF disabled whenever I'm not in a game. so that all my monitors will be active. I cannot see a way to turn CF off when a game isn't loaded.

(and ty for the continuing help btw!)

(Jul 10 '13 at 19:03) Michelle911

The only way to disable CF the way you need is turning it off through CCC... RP can be used only to disable CF for specific games.

(Jul 10 '13 at 19:44) John ♦♦
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