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I installed my nee accelero twin turbo on my card yesterday
and I a tsable using 2 different clocks tested with crysis war head bench running 10 loops

I am stable at 820/1000 and 830/980 which is the faster and more effective clock?



 

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from what ive heard others say and what i have read core clocks make a bigger difference than memory clocks but i cant verify that as my 4870 isnt here yet (damn it)

i suppose you could get the free version of 3dmark 06 and run it at both clocks, but in game i dont think either one will make a noticeable impact on speed

what were the avg framerates in the crysis thing for both??
 

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With such a small increase on the core clock you'll see no difference between the 2. The memory on the other hand will be slightly more effective. Memory is always more effective to OC than the core clocks.
 

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Originally Posted by skugpezz
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I got higher avg fps with 820/1000 with 42fps

i suspected you would

the only card i ever had thats memory made a bigger difference on was my 8800gts g92

another thing what resolution do you game at as at lower resolutions memory is less important
 
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