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post #11 of 15
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im at +171 now which is 1151mhz boost.

Im confused, your galaxy card is 1006mhz/1085mhz boost, how can +135 on core give you 1333mhz boost?
Edited by $ilent - 9/11/13 at 7:41am
post #12 of 15
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im at +171 now which is 1151mhz boost.

Im confused, your galaxy card is 1006mhz/1085mhz boost, how can +135 on core give you 1333mhz boost?

boost is different for every card, you can't go by the specs listed on the manufacturer's page.  Stock mine is 1202Mhz without changing anything in AB.  Update your AB, and start over stock, then see what Mhz it folds at.

post #13 of 15
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Are you going by AB or gpuz for those speeds?

My gpuz says stock boost is 980mhz
post #14 of 15
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hmm just going through the gtx 670 master guide on ocn and when checking my max power consumption gpuz reckons its over 360%.

How can that be right?
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Are you going by AB or gpuz for those speeds?

My gpuz says stock boost is 980mhz

 

Either one:

 

 

You have to look at the Mhz while its doing something, the reported boost value on the 'Graphics Card' tab will not be what the "in-game" boost is, or in our case the "folding boost".  ;)

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