Hey. Well, to enable it you should install AMD Fusion Utility Was also curious where CPU Overdrive was, as i used it from time to time to adjust minimal frequences for CPU.
Sorry, previous suggestion was plainly wrong. What i found out that Overdrive appears after restarting CCC. But fails to have these options in the beginning. Maybe try a delayed launch or, as i suspect that AODdriver may be late to load... will try to autoload it on system boot.
Tried, this worked.
So you should go to Device Manager, find option show hidden devices (sorry i use russian windows so may have difficulties with translating things back), in new tab that appears below 'Drivers of ...ugg... devices that do not set up automatically..." brrr, had to google it... "Non plug-n-play drivers", here seek for AOD 4.1 driver, open it, pick "Driver" tab, and change launch option from auto to ...