Goodbye Catalyst, hello Radeon Software: QT UI, per-game overclock+IQ profiles and more.

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  1. ToTTenTranz

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    Yay. I hate C# VM startup times and responsiveness.
     
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    Finally!! Catalyst is bloody slow
     
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    Yay...http://www.anandtech.com/show/9755/...on-driver-branding-new-settings-control-panel

    Thank goodness they aren't following Nvidia's idiocy on that.

    Hopefully they don't end up bloating the software front end by adding in too many features.

    I'll have to check it out on my friend's computer when it release. I doubt it'll have support for my old 5450 on WHS 2.0, or I'd check it on that when it comes out.

    Regards,
    SB
     
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    I'm excited and this is a good thing and all, but I died just a little inside when I saw this slide.

    Did they have to make "New Brushed Metal Design" their very first bullet point about this, really? :|
     
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    I agree. It would have been better with a "Now in Pink!" as the first bullet point.
     
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    Amd have a history of not getting things right first time
    personally I'd avoid this for a good few months
     
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    Yeah, right. I'm already trying to get a copy of it to play with. :p
     
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    Can OEM deactivate overclocking profiles for notebooks or similar small form factors PC? I've a Ideapad Y700-15ACZ (FX8800 + Strato XT) and I cannot change the APU/GPU clockspeed with the Crimon drivers.
    I've downloaded and re-installed several times the drivers but I cannot get to the overdrive page. Also, installing Afterburnrer is useless because when I try to apply a different frequency the value simply resets to the default.
    I've read that sometimes it's necessary to change some values in the registry. Is anybody able to help me?
     
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    my crimson is broken or... crimson is mission LOTS of features?

    some is genuinely missing, some is opening the classic CCC when clicked.
     
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