The main screen of GPU-Z has blank clock speeds and the sensors tabs shows ridiculously low idle clock speeds (6-22 Mhz??)
these are accurate, the card really clocks down that muchthe sensors tabs shows ridiculously low idle clock speeds (6-22 Mhz??)
i haven't found a way to read the clocks that amd claims in their spec sheets, instead of showing "800", which i can read, i decided to show 0 until a fix is foundThe main screen of GPU-Z has blank clock speeds
It seems the clock and voltage values are averaged over a short time period, so you'll see it drift around from time to time. nothing gpu-z has control overI've even seen it adjust the clock in single Mhz increments like 18->19 Mhz
there is noneDo you know what software reliably reads the core clock so far?
Today it peaked at 1996mhz, on Wattman the other day it was 4006 mhz (peak) - but the speeds literally jump up and down every second anywhere in the 6-4kmhz range.the card will dynamically switch speed depending on the situation. down to 6 mhz is correct. 4000 mhz doesn't look right though. what does gpu-z show?
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