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ASUS 6970 - MSI Afterburner vs GPU Tweak - Relative vs effective memory clock

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I've been running my ASUS 6970 2GB at 900 MHz / 1440 MHz using MSI Afterburner for a while now with almost no issues. However I thought I'd give GPU Tweak a try since I figured if it's made by ASUS it would better suit my card, even though it doesn't really seem to offer any special features.

Regardless, the issue I ran into is that while Afterburner shows what I believe is referred to as the "relative" memory clock (1375 MHz stock), GPU Tweak shows the "effective" memory clock (5500 MHz stock). This is making things very difficult as it's hard to really gauge an equivalence between the two and all OC guides refer to the relative memory clock.

So I essentially have two questions; one, is GPU Tweak really any better than MSI Afterburner in my case, and two, can any one explain how I might be able to translate the two kinds of memory clock and/or point me to a guide that uses the effective clock.
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Just use afterbuner, or sapphire Trixx.
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5500/1375=4
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Originally Posted by Dionysos808 View Post

5500/1375=4
Ah of course, thanks.
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