Memory speed is not reported accurately

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i think memory speed isn't read correctly while OC applied.

just2andira

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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?

just2andira

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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...

nikolaidrostdov

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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?

FM_Jarnis, Official Rep

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This is a known issue - we're working on to improve the 3dmark.com 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.