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0.4.3 Wrong Reading in GPU Clock 88gt

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by Loydee, May 28, 2010.

  1. Loydee New Member

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    Is this a bug or something??

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  2. Loydee New Member

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    Notice the GPU clock and the default Clock of GPUz.

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    whats wrong ?
  4. Loydee New Member

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    I've never oc'ed my card but the gpu clock reads 602.. is it normal?
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    your complaining about the 2mhz oc?


    is your PCI-E lane set at 100mhz?


    + what wizzard said :p
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    yeah small differences like this are normal. the target clock speed is 600 mhz, but due to limitations in the pll design that exact clock is not possible, so the closest one is selected which is 602 in your case
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    also in shader reads 1512 but the default is 1500, i posted this thread because im curious, does it mean my vcard clocks broken?? never oc'ed
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    OK so it's normal... hmmmm Thanks
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    your Shader clock is "linked" to the GPU core clock, so what wizzard said will also incress the shader speed.
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    Thanks tpu! ^^

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