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in this pic, what does the values mean?
graphic,
memory

i am using the 760 gtx hawk.

its core clock is 1111 mHz
and 2GB vram.

i thought at first ahts what it meant, but its above it's specs
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post #2 of 6
FPS = Frames Per Second.

Graphics = GPU speed (which does seem unusually high - probably being read wrong by whatever game/benchmark you're using).

Memory = Memory/RAM speed.

Temperature = Temperature of your GPU.

So that's what everything MEANS but as far as the SPEEDS go something certainly seems...off...
post #3 of 6
he's using valley i think
Edited by IMKR - 3/16/14 at 3:45am
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i am using valley benchmark.

my graphics section should be at my core clock right?

and what value should the memory section should be at?
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The memory is at 1500mhz (same as 3000Mhz in afterburner or the valley screen), valley does not read the core clock properly on cards that boost though, check the graph in AB or the sensor tab in gpu-z when (or after) under load to see the actual core clock with boost.
    
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