gpu-z right click on the vddc or vccd (i think i don't remember, I'm at work) and the asic setting should be there. If it's low it means it needs more power and will be a good clocker under water if it's high it needs less power and a better clocker with air
So since I only use air cooling I want a high number?
So I am going to say over 100fps once these are on water with added voltage! Going to be amazing results.
I have a big bang house. I had all the materials for my new house brought in and dumped on a vacant lot. I took a stick of dynamite, lit the fuse on fire and tossed it into the pile of materials. BOOM went the explosion and when the dust settled I had a new house! Amazing isn't it?