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Hey guys.

Just Overclocked my card and flash the Bios and decided to monitor my clocks while in a 3D APP. The funny thing is it states my Core clock is 405MHZ: Shaders 810Mhz and Memory 925..which is the only correct reading.

Any ideas on what is going on ? Other apps show the clocks as 750/1500/1850. GPU-Z even shows that but when you go onto the Sensor tab in GPU-Z it states the above odd clocks.

Thanks guys.
 

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sounds like gpu is either out of date or not configed right, maybe reinstall it if its up to date?
 

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Use for example MSI Afterburner, turn on the OSD and display core/memory/shader on your screen while your in game and see what your clocks are.

Only thing I can think of at the moment
 
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