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Its probably showing the ram as not DDR so it cuts it in half. This is normal for the card, you can also use the Overdrive software to auto clock the card.

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Originally Posted by Adeoliver View Post
Like has already been said, the core and ram clocks are reading low in CCC because you are not using the card, so CCC sets it to 2D clocks which are 500/594, there is nothing wrong with this it is normal, the card simply isnt being used so it isnt running at full clock. Now if you were to run a benchmark or scan for artifacts with ati tool you would see the clocks go where they are suppose to be.
he right! CUZ him and i have that card.
it doing that cuz it save your power. hehe
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