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MSI 4850 GPUz memclock differs

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by canfinallygame, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. canfinallygame New Member

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    hey there
    as u can see im new to tech power up forums hey all

    i bought a msi r4850 after reading techpower up's review on it but basically got it with an aftermarket cooler on it and its donig a good job pretty quiet as well if ne one is interested in knowing.. (v151 quad pipe cooler)

    now for my question. story is i installed catalyst 8.10 where it reads that the memclock is 993 MHz no dramas thats what it should be, however gpu-z 2.8 is saying 990.6 mhz in the sensors tab
    furthermore, on the graphic card tab of gpu-z the gpu clock/default clock both say mem is running at 993mhz

    i'd love to hear ur opinion on this. is this normal? if not do i need to do something to make it run at 993mhz normally or is this something i need to take up with MSI

    neway i know im new but i hope this thread isn't ignored xD

    cheers
     
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    GPU-Z is more accurate, cocks never hold perfectly still either.
     
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    i see thanks for the insight.
    So i should assume this is nothing to fuss over.
     
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    Ya, I wouldn't worry about 3mhz... If it was 100-300 that's another story.
     
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    thank god its not the latter
     

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