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memory clock read wrong on card?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by NONYA, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. NONYA

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    it mite mean your mem can run at 2x863.The 1400 is 2x700.
     
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    863 is correct , it is only showing the single sided MHz...not the DDR rating which in that case od 863 would be over DDR1700.

    Seems fine to me!

    Sorry tigger you beat me to it!
     
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    so if Im running it Ocd at 800,its 1600 in reality,im still a a bit confused
     
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    yes that is correct.

    In technical terms...DDR is Dual/Double Data Rate. (ive seen it both ways!)

    so you are running a data rate of 800MHz but a DDR speed of 1600MHZ.

    In sinple terms...yes multipl the # given in Rivatuner by 2
     
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    NONYA,
    How do you know the max frequency in Rivatuner?
    Is it unstable beyond 863MHz (DDR-1526) or does the slider stop at 863MHz?

    The latter issue can be fixed easily...
     
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    tHE little brqackets that show how far you should or can OC stop there,BTW its not stable beyond 744
     

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