Ya, sorry about that nick... haha, after all this time, finally found out it was GPU-Z
. umm..., just a few more questions, i can get this core to about 650mhz and mem is 400 (stock). I'm using the nvidia temp watching thing and just running games in windows. But just a few more questions, usually with ntune, whenever an overclock is made it does a test, but after 650 core speeds it stopped doing the test with small increments here and there. Thinking that the test failed and didn't noticed it I just restarted after trying stock speeds and lower. I'm wondering if that's bad, cause I got it to 680 without any sort of testing. The performance is amazing, the temps only go to 70-75ish now and average frame rates on source are about 90-110 in rooms sometimes maxing to 180-240fps, but on average its about 60-80, all settings maxed, no aa or af on 1280x800 in window. I'm also wondering if there is a way to check if this powersupply is not capable to holding these high clock speeds and could that be the reason to why the tests always fail, except this one time, whenever the core goes over 650.
I got a coolermaster 400watt psu, the core and the ram was auto clocked now to 2010 mhz and 401ish for some odd reason with this 3800x2 (939).
I also heard of people declocking the memory to gain more clock speeds, how does that help? What would the overclocking of the ram would do for this card, just basically run more textures faster? Btw, thanks for the help