Here goes feedback:
If the link between OpenCL GPU list and OS Index is correct (if setting an OpenCL Device automatically selects the corresponding GPU correctly)
Yes, it works fine, GPU is correctly selected. Though it might be difficult for somebody to remember core codenames.
If ADL detects the same number of GPUs as OpenCL (if the OpenCL Device list has same number of GPUs as number of tabs for controlling GPU clocks).
Everything's good here too, same amount of tabs. If you're interested, adapter and OS indexes are the same for each card.
I made an insight on temperatures monitoring and found out something.
I have 5770 and 5850. According to GPU-Z (and some other sources), there are three temp sensors in each card. My sensors values for 5770: 71, 83 and 77. For 5850: 76, 82, 81.
Your monitoring seems to show values of the first sensors, which detect the temperature of a display controller. And these are the lowest values of all three.
MSI Afterburner has one general graph for each graphic card, they are called simply GPU1 temp and GPU2 temp. GPU-Z also has additional GPU temp graph for general GPU temp monitoring. I was surprised to know that both programs use different
sensors to show general graphic card temperatures. It's the second sensor for 5770 and the first sensor for 5850. So temps they are showing are 83 and 76 respectively.
Anyway, last paragraph was kinda offtopic. I was just trying to elaborate what sensors are best to use. I propose second ones, they are showing the highest temperatures of the graphic cards. I could finally throw away that afterburner temps from my tray.
About drop-down menu after "Pause mining when GPU ..." — I happen to have three options for this: 0, second 0 and 3. Though I have two cards o,o
About clocks tab: I didn't quite get why do I have to click "Clock speed" every time I want to apply changes
Same for "Fan speed". What about "Save settings" concept?
I think, "BFI_INT" would be more informative and appropriate than "HD5xxx+".
Huh, looks like I'm done for now
Thanks for impressive work.
Update: oh, sorry, forgot to tell the version, it's 1.7c.