I didn't pay attention to the details about what the actual clocks are yet, but given that it seems to have been established and agreed that ATI does not display the exact clocks and it seems to lump groups together...
...if this irrefutable fact then, if there is an accurate way to figure out the true clock then we should post the screen and point out the actual clock in text...
(and even if the post doesn't have the actual clock in the text US could go ahead and add the number which he would easily figure out)
...this could be a bold or maybe a cool color like those that US is using on the spreadsheet, and it seems this should become the order that is used to list the entries by...
...after all this is OCN, we should be at the forefront of OC'ing knowledge
US and those of you who figured this out, is this possible and does it seem right?
Here you can see what it's set at with ATI Tool and what Rivatuner is displaying on the core. As you adjust your clock with ATI Tool and you hit the point where your clock goes up it will be displayed on Rivatuner.
All that needs to happen is run them both at the same time for your submittal imo.