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hello there,i recently bought zotac gtx 560 ti amp, and when i checked with nvidia inspector everytthing seems fine till i notice that my gpu memory clock only read at 2200 mhz since the package said 4400mhz im getting curious about it, is this okay?

i5 3570 k
asrock z77 pro4 m
zotac gtx 560 ti amp
team 4gb
corsair cx 600
windows 7 64 bit.

thx480
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Thats fine, GPU-Z is showing the single-data rate. DDR (double data rate) transfers data twice per clock giving you the equivilent of 4400MHz.
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Thats fine, GPU-Z is showing the single-data rate. DDR (double data rate) transfers data twice per clock giving you the equivilent of 4400MHz.


thx bro, sorry for the silly question:D this is my new build and it seems i still have to learn a lot bout my HW.

thx again:thumb:
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Not a silly question at all. Remember CPU-Z will report your system RAM this way too, for 1600MHz RAM it will show 800MHz.
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Not a silly question at all. Remember CPU-Z will report your system RAM this way too, for 1600MHz RAM it will show 800MHz.

yup ill keep that in mind, thx a lot bro, and if my cm 212 have arrive and ready to oc my i5 3570 k, maybe i'll ask you again about oc, if you dont mind ofcourse, thx again.
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