Originally Posted by sdrawkcab
What card are you referring to and are you expecting more than a few FPS gains from any additional bandwidth?
I was more interested in disabling ECC to test my memory overclocks -- it's hard to tell if a framerate stutter is due to ECC kicking in or just a lack of GPU processing power. With my x850xt I would just increase my memory clocks until I saw noticeable flashing or texture corruption (or a hard lock), but w/the 980Ti I experience none of that.
I have read that increasing memory clocks can net big gains in framerate? Is this incorrect?
The control panel for my 980Ti doesn't have the option to turn off ECC, which I've read is something all GDDR5 video cards implement.