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July 11, 2011, 04:52:06 PM
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core: 955mhz
mem:300mhz
VDDC:1163 (stock)
Fan: 85%
Temp: 58-62c
Vectors, HD5xxx+, fastloop, phatk, agression=12, worksize=512

AOCLBF 1.75 with phoenix 1.50

I was getting 301-304MH/S out of this. I uninstalled the drivers for my 5830 and 4870 (unused) trying to resolve the high CPU issue in CCC 11.6 and 11.7. I put 11.2 on and tried to run the miner, nothing happens. The GPU never goes above 0%.

I put 11.3 on, same issue.

I put 11.7 on, same damn issue. Seems like AOCLBF is having an issue with Phoenix or something but I'm not sure at this point what the issue could be.

Any ideas?
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Uninstalled and reinstalled CCC 11.7. Works now. Seems like openCL was having an issue.
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