H5GQ2H24MFR-R0C (6970): 6.0Gbps/16Bank, 1.6V/1.6V
H5GQ2H24MFR-T2C (6950): 5.0Gbps/16Bank, 1.5V/1.5V
Do you need a source for the different memory chips or the different timings?
I think the timings of the 6970 are not that tight, but it operates at a higher frequency (and also 1.6V and not 1.5V like the T2C).
This is for 6950!
Okay, I get it. Like a AsRock 890GX Extreme3 mainbaord with a 880G sticker on it :D
Have you tried any driver cleaner? Or installing...
Could you take a picture? Where did you get it? Retail market?
What VGA did you use before your 6950?
No, DFI doesn't exist any more (consumer market). So tell me, what was your problem with DFI? :wtf:
DFI had that as well on the nf4 Ultra-D but nobody used it ...
I guess they could do some kind of that for the CPUs as well, but they don't do it. Anyways, if there would be a new driver that disables this...
Oh come on guys who cares? I discovered, that the AsRock 880G board runs with a 890GX BIOS :P :D
Where is your power limit?
How strong is your PSU?
And: have you tried +10 to +15? Maybe with +20 it gets too hot and you have problems. Try it with lower GPU and memory...
same here :toast:
And I just...
Glad to see that Sapphire has 4 WINS of 4 trys :)
probably the error lies in the memory frequency. 6950 and 6970 use different chips. -ROC (6970) and -T2C (6950). These have different...
I will try my Sapphire HD6950 on the second of january. Hopefully it will clock fine too. I will also mount a water block :)
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