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4850 different gpu/mem clocks Vantage GPU results

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Hi all. below I test different gpu and memory clocks, and we see how they help each other.
CARD:Gigabyte 4850 pencil moded gpu and memory. voltagies=1.35gpu/2.08mem during test
Used Radeon Bios Editor to modify bios file 810/1185 1.29v during test
TEST:3dmarkVantage-PerformencePRESET graphics tests only,no cpu/no feature tests.
using AMD GPU Clock Tool to change speeds

GPU/MEM - score
625/0993 - 5960
680/0993 - 6350
720/0993 - 6630
725/0993 - 6630
720/1050 - 6730
740/0993 - 6720
750/0993 - 6740
740/1050 - 6860
750/1050 - 6860
740/1100 - 6900
750/1100 - 7030
760/1100 - 7030
760/1150 - 7160
760/1200 - 7220
770/1200 - 7220
770/1225 - 7300
780/1200 - 7300
790/1200 - 7460
800/1200 - 7410
810/1185 - 7490
810/1200 - 7580
820/1185 - 7560
820/1200 - 7660
830/1200 - 7880

gaming expirience will improve notisably as the gpu score increases

mess around with your card at your own risk!

if there is a similar thread plz give a link

will update
 
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How high can you get on stock memory voltage? Thats a pretty impressive chart there tho! I never thought OCing the memory could do that!
 
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yeah seems like memory bandwidth is somewhat important. but as u can see, gpu has to be fast enouph to use it to the fullest,, as to how high can memory run at stock voltagies, didnt check, but should be fine at 1050mhz try it