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Here are my precise steps of a CLEAN INSTALL: Backup system first by making a system restore point: --Do this in case you want to rollback to your past CCC after trying out new CCC.; Also recommended to disable Antivirus & Firewall. (so go to Control Panel>system&security>system>system protection tab>CREATE restore point.) 1. Uninstall "AMD catalyst install manager" in control panel uninstall a program or other uninstaller. reboot. (on reboot press F8 to get into safemode) 2. Use Driver Display Uninstaller (DDU) in safemode. DDU can be dowloaded here>>>Display Driver Uninstaller Download 4.reboot. (it's not necessary to install any old "Asus" chipset drivers) 5.Install official AMD 13.4whql.reboot. Then in Switchable Gfx Menu, make sure video players (MPC & SKYPE etc),& browsers (FF, IE etc) are set to high performance so they won't be locked on powersave in later beta drivers.reboot (but press F8 on restart); Doing this step also allows LCD brightness control to work while using battery in later graphic drivers. 6.Disable driver signature enforcement (After you had pressed F8 in previous step) 7.FINALLY Install latest working APU SG FIX Beta drivers made by mahmoud elfar "on top" of 13.4 drivers.reboot. Then it's Ready to use! (See notes on step 5 about benefits of installing 13.4 before latest drivers.) 8. For Overclocking GPU, you must do registry fix to Disable ULSP. * Everyone has their own method of clean install but these steps have worked fine for me....this is about a 1/2 hr process.
"The AMD Radeon HD 6720G2 is the combination of a integrated AMD Radeon HD 6520G APU processor graphics card and a dedicated entry level AMD Radeon HD 6650M graphics card in CrossFire combination. It is called AMD Dual Graphics or asymmetric CrossFire and uses AFR (Alternate Frame Rendering) to render different frames on the two graphic cores."
Quote from GoldenTiger :Benchmarks for the 6720G2, unfortunately it only functions under DX10/11 and typically results in little boost even then, while dragging down (beyond single-GPU levels) performance for DX9 titles (it can be disabled to use the discrete GPU only which is faster): http://www.tomshardwar
Quote :instructions for dll files
I. atipdl64.dll - to - \Windows\system32\
atipdlxx.dll - to - \Windows\SysWOW64\
You can also copy both files into MSI Afterburner main folder. It may work too.