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GPU-Z not detecting overclocked IGP clock speed

Discussion in 'GPU-Z' started by harshilsharma63, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. harshilsharma63 New Member

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    Hi. I have an Intel i3 2100. i have overclocked the IGP (HD 2000) from 1.10 GHz to 1.30 GHz. But in 'Graphic Card' tab of GPU-Z, the GPU Clock is always shown at 850 MHz. I tried running the render test but nothing changed.

    Strange thing is that the 'Sensors' tab's 'GPU Core Clock' indicator, the overclocked clock speed is successfully detected at 1.30 GHz when running the render test.

    CPU: Intel i3 2100.
    motherboard: Intel DH61WW
    GPU-Z version used: 0.7.4

    I need to validate my overclock and GPU-Z is disappointing my :(

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  2. W1zzard

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    How did you overclock it?
     
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  3. harshilsharma63 New Member

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    By increasing the 'graphics multiplier' from the BIOS. BIOS versions 0048 and above have the features to overclock CPU, IGP and memory even on H61 board.
     
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    Any updates?
     
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    Haven't even had time to try to reproduce. It is definitely something i'll look into
     
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    The latest version (0.7.5) also doesn't fix this.
     

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