Powerstrip

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  1. philipb

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    A while ago I posted that the bit of Pstrip for custom resolutions and refresh rates was greyed out.

    I tried reinstalling Pstrip and got the message that "the clocks for this display adapter could not be read........." This probably explains my problem. The card is listed by Pstrip as a Hightec Excalibur Radeon 9600.

    Any ideas, or should I swap for another card?
     
  2. KraGorn

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    Seems strange in that it recongnises it as a 9600 yet can't read the clocks ... I'm no expert at all with hardware but it's always been my impression that the brand of card doesn't alter the ability of the chipset it uses, in which case it seems very odd that PStrip can't talk to it as it needs to.

    Have you asked Powerstrip support about this?
     
  3. Jeff

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    Old version of Powerstrip?
     

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