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Old 24-11-15, 01:12 PM
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Sapphire TriXX Software

What's everyones opinion on the Sapphire TriXX software? I've been using MSI afterburner for a bit now, but for some reason it suddenly starting eating CPU usage. I heard this was out and obviously optimized for use with AMD cards so I figured I see what all the buzz was about.

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Old 24-11-15, 07:52 PM
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The buzz is because it now supports all the newest amd cards and unlocks voltage control and allows overclocking on HBM. Personally I feel Afterburner is more UI friendly despite its aged look. It's just more mature and the Trixx is lacking some features and extensive settings. Its much more simplified. Just download it and try it out. Just exit AB completely then open Trixx and try it out. I'm only using it to overclock my Fury X. Will probably switch after I'm done benching it.
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