Memory speed is not reported accurately

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i think memory speed isn't read correctly while OC applied.
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Heikki Verta, Champion

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We just pushed a new version that should improve the GPU clock detection. It specifically addressed overclocked GPU core and memory speed detection on ATI cards.

Did you see something funny with CPU clocks?
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nope.. CPU clock shown correctly.. perfect...

yeah of course GPU speed and Memory speed reading didn't show correctly.. but that's not I mean...

The memory speed (RAM) just show 533 MHz while i OC'd to 800 MHz...
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When I looked at the results I noticed that under GPU it said
Memory: 0 MB
Core clock: 0 MHz
Memory clock: 0 MHz

Yet it got the name and brand correct. What's up with that?
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This is a known issue - we're working on to improve the site to interpret the system information better but at this time it can sometimes report wrong (or zero) frequencies. This is just a cosmetic flaw - it does not affect the benchmark run or scores in any way.