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    ok i have a 7950 gt ko from evga,,,, i did a test to see what the default clock speeds were and this is what i got from the RivaTuner

    core clock- 840 MHz

    Memory clock- 1090

    does this sound right?????

    just looks awful high to me...

    never bought a stock overclocked vid card before, just wondering....

    any info you can provide will mean alot,,, ty

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    Core clock seems horribly high and memory seems horribly low.

    Core clock should be around 550-600MHz and memory should be around 1.4-1.45GHz if I recall correctly.

    The 8800GTX is 575MHz.

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    • #3
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      lol ima going to do so more looking around, i mean its overclocked stock,, but dang that seems high....

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      • #4
        Re: default clock speeds

        If it's the vanilla KO edition it's 560/1450.

        If it's the KO Superclocked, it's 600/1450.

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        • #5
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          its 560- 725 i waz looking at the wrong section DUH!!!!!!

          and being its ddr3 would that tripple the 725????

          i duno that why im asking.....

          tryin to learn as much as i can :)

          and i cant think of a better place then here with you guys :)

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          • #6
            Re: default clock speeds

            i have an ati card.. GDDR3 ram and the memory mhz is 1377... but the Atitool posts 688.5 unless i switch an option to recognise Gddr3.. so it is only 2x what it is posted
            powered by Windows 7

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            • #7
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              rgr

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              • #8
                Re: default clock speeds

                DDR is "Dual data rate", which means two bits of data per clock cycle, effectively operating at 2x what ATItool is reporting as Tonk said.

                The 2 and 3 in GDDR have nothing to do with speed, but have a lot to do with voltages. It's the same story for DDR system memory vs. DDR2 memory (like 2.5V vs. 1.8V I think).

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