tried the tool last night and the difference in EVE online is night and day.
For some reason a few days ago I tried the vsync cap option in the Crimson interface and for some other strange reason (which I don't want nor need to know), from that moment the second card wouldn't clock to 3D anymore. Even tried reinstalling the driver.
I downloaded ClockBlocker and I immediately noticed the game running smoother an in some situations the stutters disappeared (opening the ship fitting window showing a 3D rotating model of your ship).
More than this, the built-in fps counter in EVE went from showing a wobbly 32, 35, 44, 36 to an almost stable 70 (my refresh rate is 72).
The obligatory question: how long before AMD solves this problem with GPU clocks? When I game I want my cards to smoke!
Why can't we have an option to prevent all of the power savings features from getting in the way of our gameplay in such an intrusive manner?
Why is it always that some bright folk has to fix it for them, FFS?
yay for ClockBlocker!
No question is dumb if you do not know the answer.
Q: How can you move on in life if all you care about is pussy and videogames?
A: You don't.