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Z0tac GTX 680 2GB With (Shader Clock 2012MHz)

Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Protagonist, Mar 28, 2013.

  1. Protagonist

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  2. ruff0r

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    An immediate difference to the GPU core versus the shader processor domain is that both will be clocked at 1:1, meaning both the core and shader domain clock in at 1006 MHz, that means that the 2x shader hotclock from the last generation products is a thing of the past.

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    Since the debut of Fermi, all Shader clocks have been on a 2x multiplier from the core clock. I know on my old G80 8800GTS and G92 8800GT you could adjust them separately.
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    Just a oversight. Kepler is 1:1 as ruff0r said.
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    Been out of the GPU game for a while now. Forgot that Kepler was linked with core speeds unlike Fermi.

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