So I have an MSI laptop with Windows 7 and 10 installed, however, both OSes seem to present the same issues. The two sliders that I can work with, namely, the Core Clock and the Memory Clock, seem to both be misbehaving on me and I can't seem to solve it no matter what configuration I have Afterburner set to. If I make any adjustments to either of those sliders and click "Apply", it throws the values waaaay off (I've had it over 32,000 before) when the maximum should be less than 1000: Pressing "Reset" doesn't set it back to 0 either. Is this just some random glitch that I'm just unfortunate to have, or is it a known issue? Note: The graphics card I'm using this with is built into the laptop of mine: a NVIDIA GTX 950M. I've tried it with several different driver versions, and it just doesn't seem to work.