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Hey, I am kinda new to this forum and I was not able to search 3 letters words...such as 156 and 300. Anyway just wanted to know why the result of 3dmark 2k11 show clock speed 156mhz and memory speed 300mhz... I know thats the idle clock but isnt it supose to show full clock after a 3dmark run?
Thx in advance
Edited by sevenup - 2/1/12 at 11:32am
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Use a software like hardware info,minimize it while running 3d mark and it will record your max clocks. See if they are right after the 3d mark test and report back.
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It scans the system in windows so its getting 2d clock speeds.
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It scans the system in windows so its getting 2d clock speeds.

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That makes sense! hehe thx a lot
EDIT: i just used gpu-z and record max core and max clock, first card show 850/1200 and the second card stay at 156/300 anyone know why? I am running 5770 CFX on p8z68-v GEN3
Edited by sevenup - 2/1/12 at 11:33am
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That makes sense! hehe thx a lot
EDIT: i just used gpu-z and record max core and max clock, first card show 850/1200 and the second card stay at 156/300 anyone know why? I am running 5770 CFX on p8z68-v GEN3

Its powered down till needed.
Simply put.

Later;)
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you think running a 3dmark11 is not enough to trigger both card?
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you think running a 3dmark11 is not enough to trigger both card?

It should,

Try benching them separately.

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post #9 of 9
Make sure you're running 3dmark in fullscreen since crossfire does not work in windowed mode. Try other games and see if the cards scale properly.

Also make sure you enabled crossfire in AMD Catalyst.
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