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v2 from newegg posted by reflex99

also asus web site says that v2 requires two power cables.
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I doesn't have 2 6 pin connectors, it only has one.

Go heck out youtube you can see the version 2's
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Well after using the zoom button it did appear to have 2. Didnt see it without zoom though. Humm?

But anyways, even with one pin I get 1000mhz core speed easily stable, but only 1050mhz memory? Something cant be right.

Any way I can fix the memory OC problem? If I go over 1050 it gets real ugly. Split screens, bars, hangs you name it.
Edited by Chuckclc - 2/7/11 at 11:53pm
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like i said, v1 had some problems with memory. sometimes memory was flying at 1200+ sometimes it couldnt reach 1100. looks like you got crappy one :S. saw many results of ocing. maybe they changed something in vrms design to improve the memory oc. v1 had a heatsink, v2 seems to not have it at vrm
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I have older version of asus 6850 only has one power input,

stock voltage my ram can reach up to 1215mhz / gpu core clock 935 / stable no artifact.

So older version of this card has memory problem? so is my graphic card is defective for reaching 1215mhz for memory clock ?
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I have older version of asus 6850 only has one power input,

stock voltage my ram can reach up to 1215mhz / gpu core clock 935 / stable no artifact.

So older version of this card has memory problem? so is my graphic card is defective for reaching 1215mhz for memory clock ?
Lol, obviously not if your hitting 1215mhz. Now 1040mhz like me is a problem. Though I can hit 1000mhz core volts. Go figure, whatever, I'm done with the 68xx series. Going to 5870 most likely tomorrow.
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I have V2. You can over volt this version. It is meant to use two seperate 12v rails, feedig it enough power to utilise the custom ASUS heat pipe cooler. I'm using GPU Tweak and with my voltage at 1201mV, I am achieving 950MHz gpu, and can get my memory to 4024MHz. Keep in mind that this is an initial overclock, I'm sure I could get it faster.smile.gif
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