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MSI Afterburner not working after AMD Radeon update

Just updated my AMD RX 480 8gb to latest drivers via AMD Radeon and now all my MSI Afterburner profiles have been wiped except for the fan speeds but it will not let me change the core clock and the memory clock from 0, I tried moving the sliders but it won't move from 0 at all if anyone has any solutions to this it would be appreciated thanks
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    Klossel said:
    Just updated my AMD RX 480 8gb to latest drivers via AMD Radeon and now all my MSI Afterburner profiles have been wiped except for the fan speeds but it will not let me change the core clock and the memory clock from 0, I tried moving the sliders but it won't move from 0 at all if anyone has any solutions to this it would be appreciated thanks


    Use GlobalWattman built into the AMD Radeon driver itself: http://imgur.com/xRNDVJZ
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  2. Yeah I had change it that way in the end just sucks as I loved how simple overclocking was through the Afterburner software :(
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  3. Klossel said:
    Just updated my AMD RX 480 8gb to latest drivers via AMD Radeon and now all my MSI Afterburner profiles have been wiped except for the fan speeds but it will not let me change the core clock and the memory clock from 0, I tried moving the sliders but it won't move from 0 at all if anyone has any solutions to this it would be appreciated thanks


    I know I just went to do some Ethereum Mining and tuning the graphics card was a complete failure. All my setting were wiped as well. The ease of using Afterburner made it my go to overclocking tool. So do you think MSI will come out with a new update? I hope so because GlobalWatt Man is so glichy on my rig.
    Reply to snakecrane223
  4. Yeah I think they will come out with an update that fixes this but who knows when the update will come out because I too also have had glitchy experiences with Wattman
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  5. I had the same problem so I just rolled back the driver and I was able to adjust the sliders on afterburner again
    Reply to Bigmikeyb92
  6. MSI afterburner's latest update has fixed this issue.
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