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Hi all, i tried something with my card and i saw a definate increase in FPS and then posted somewhere else on the forum and another person who tried my method agreed and said it worked for him also. so ill start a thread because

I want to know if this works for you!! and it would be awesome if we could all squeeze more performance out!

Everyone seems to want to get a 1000mhz core clock on these cards. so did i, i used to run a 1050 (2095 memory clock). however i did not notice any significant improvement in gaming.

Recently i have tried pushing my memory clock to the limit, instead. i got mine to 2500 exactly, with a 940 core clock. with this change i saw roughly 5 fps average increase in everything i play and in heaven.

I am no computer expert, but if i think i can help everyone get more performance, i would definately not keep my mouth shut about it. I have a feeling the core clock is already fast on these cards (i have the 900mhz gigabyte one) and the memory clock is holding the card back.


so try pushing your memory clock to the limit and pulling your core clock back and let me know what happens!
Edited by jacobrjett - 5/30/11 at 4:48pm
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Memory clock had no performance gains for me no matter where it was at. Same performance at 975 core 2400 mem that i got at 950 core and 2100 mem just more stable and lower temps.
    
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Memory is fragile...careful!!!
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Ok, maybe i have a strange card. i just did some heaven benchmarking, heres my results

900/2004
FPS - 41.2 Score - 1038

1050/2095
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1043

1025/2150
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1042

1000/2300
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1043

930/2500
FPS - 44.8 Score - 1128

870/2520
FPS - 42.6 Score - 1073

so the most noticable performance gain for me was from changing between 1000/2300 to 930/2500(3.4 fps average), and with a overclock from the stock speed 900/2004 to 1050/2095 i got a 0.2 average fps increase.

870/2520 started to artifact. i think my limit for the memory is 2500 so i will probably keep it at about 2450.
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Memory is fragile...careful!!!
ok thanks for letting me know, still learning, this is my first built rig.
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Originally Posted by jacobrjett View Post
Ok, maybe i have a strange card. i just did some heaven benchmarking, heres my results

900/2004
FPS - 41.2 Score - 1038

1050/2095
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1043

1025/2150
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1042

1000/2300
FPS - 41.4 Score - 1043

930/2500
FPS - 44.8 Score - 1128

870/2520
FPS - 42.6 Score - 1073

so the most noticable performance gain for me was from changing between 1000/2300 to 930/2500(3.4 fps average), and with a overclock from the stock speed 900/2004 to 1050/2095 i got a 0.2 average fps increase.

870/2520 started to artifact. i think my limit for the memory is 2500 so i will probably keep it at about 2450.
I play video games, not benchmarks.

test it out in a game you play and see if it's worth it..
    
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