Topic Title: Manual VPU Recover
Topic Summary: Is it possible to trigger VPU Recover?
Created On: 08/02/2012 05:06 PM
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 08/02/2012 05:06 PM
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Desirsar
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Specifically, I run into bugs that cause the GPU to go to idle clock speeds and stay there, killing performance until I reboot.  I HATE rebooting.  It would be infinitely easier for me if I could trigger VPU Recover on demand, but multiple searches have turned up nothing on how to do this.

Irrelevant to my question but someone will ask :

Athlon II x3 425

6GB DDR3 (1033?  I can't remember)

Radeon HD 6870

250GB SATA drive, 2TB SATA drive, DVDRW drive.

660W PSU

Windows 7 64-bit

 08/02/2012 05:27 PM
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Information is not irrelevant.

http://forums.amd.com/game/messageview.cfm?catid=440&threadid=160417



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