Originally Posted by Bkpizza
Hey yeah, whats with that? Is the board too crappy to run it at full speed? but that is a good effort on farcry2. could that possibly be why you can clock the card up to 900/1200? because it might be so bottlenecked that the card is never actually stressed? anyway just thinking
My chipset should be able too read the multiplier, but it never got a BIOS update, and I didn't pay attention
New board coming 'eventually' when my woman stops farting all my cash away.
Alexhughes, be more specific
Originally Posted by parko
Just got my sapphire 4670 last weekend. great little card for the money, night and day coming from an old X300. benching around 8000 in 3DMARK06 with my sig rig.
Just a couple of points,
I only manged get 820/950 stable, does that seem kinda low?
The card didn't come with any tabs for the bridge connectors needed for xfire, i probably wont ever use the card in xfire but i feel i got gypped as it says its a xfire compatible card on the box.
Also there were none of the cables described on the outside of the box included
Speed seems about medium were most people are getting, some won't budge at all, and a few clock like crazy. Just luck of the draw and a good fiddle.
(I didn't get any cables or adaptors at all either).