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  1. Helllo everyone, I have a Clevo P370EM running 7970m in Crossfire. GPU1 never crosses 72 C at full load but GPU2 takes about a minute to spike all the way to 100C and throttles down to the minimum clocks and my FPS are suddenly half as before. I cleaned everything inside, reapplied thermal paste and bought a cooling pad. I also flashed a Prema Mod for the fan control and run them at full speed. This dropped the temperatures by a few degrees and both cards run at around 30 to 35 C each when idle. The problem with GPU2 remains. I'm attaching a screenshot of MSI Afterburner log after running Heaven Benchmark 4.0 at full settings. As you see, I'm running stock core and memory clocks. I looked in other threads to find a solution but even though I found some useful suggestions for other temperature problems I couldn't find anything that would relate directly to my issue. Would anyone be willing to share their expertise and help me out with this?
  2. Did anyone know that hd 7970m works on Asus G73jh ? 3dmark vantage: Here 3dmark 11 : here im sorry if I have posted in wrong section , I posted because M15x supports whatever g73 supports.
  3. This driver is geared towards AMD's 7000 series that utilize the GCN architecture. Performance gains as high as 20% can be seen in games like Battlefield 3. Generally 7970M owners should see noticeable gains across the board! Release Highlights (click spoiler) Download Links: AMD Catalyst 12.11 Beta Driver for Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista AMD Catalyst 12.11 Beta Driver for Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows Vista - with .NET 4.0
  4. So after reading endless discussions on another forum with respect to the 7970M and 680M and which is truly the better buy, I wrote the following response: This has been on my mind for quite sometime and once we rev up T|I reviews again in the future (we will likely have to hire full-time writers since admins are too busy), I plan to implement a scoring system similar to what I described above. I'd like to hear what our members think of my proposal as well as your own suggestions.
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