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7600GT OC Question (Easy I'm sure)

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Hey,

I have an EVGA 7600GT and am using coolbits to OC.

Everyone says like 550/1450 and blah blah, but my speeds are 700 core and 800 memory.

Why is everyones memory so much higher then mine!??
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DDR = double data rate. Your memory is at 1600
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DDR = double data rate. Your memory is at 1600
So in other words, this is just a way of "bulking up" your clock readings? I'm assuming that when you say DDR you mean the type of memory you are running? I'm confused...please elaborate if you may.
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DDR can send data on both the rise and fall of a clock cycle, so basically you get twice the data sent, effectively doubling the clock speed.
    
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