Originally Posted by DjQurt
damn! does a higher shader clock translate into a better score? or should i work on core and cpu? adn what about ram timings and speed?
There is a lot of info that you would need to look up in order to benefit fully from any of that. All I can say is that ram on you graphics card will add heat. The GPU will probably get you the best performance. As for RAM timings, keep them tight, but it has been proven that higher MHz helps more than lower timings overall. I'm not an expert on this, but this is what I have learned. Also, I did stock scoring which I posted earlier after i took Power Saving off, then I did OC'd scoring and by OC'd, I mean GPU, CPU, RAM, all that jazz. The difference was about 1-1.5k in 3dMark06.