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#1
Hi guys, so um ive just flashed a bios for my old and trusty HD 5870, the flash was a success the default clock are the same that I wanted to see, but for some reason the current clock are the same that were before. What might be the problem?
Here's the GPU-Z screenshot:

 

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#2
Did you re-install your drivers after you flashed the BIOS?
 
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Did you restart your machine?
 
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#4
soo um, the problem seems to have gone - the only thing I needed to do was to reset the clocks in MSI Afterburner and everything now works perfect :)
This post might be helpful to anyone who might tackle this problem.