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Do You Use Catalyst Control Center? Or RadeonPro? Is There Any Benefit?

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2 years ago#1
I've come to find that CCC game options (like vsync and so forth) do not seem to work in games.
I've never used RadeonPro.
I have a AMD Sapphire Radeon HD 6870 1GB GPU.


Is there any benefits to having either of those applications installed? Should I have them?
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(edited by Madmicky933)
2 years ago#2
Uh, there are much more options in CCC that are pretty important besides video game settings. You really should have it installed.

RadeonPro has a lot more options, and it is pretty useful, but if you don't know what you're doing, it will get confusing. It's especially good if you use Crossfire, as it helps with frame pacing and reducing microstutter.

I have both installed.
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