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W-Unit

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Hey guys,
I've been using CCC to overclock my graphics card for a while now. I noticed today that while I have the GPU Clock slider set to 790MHz, at the bottom of the screen, under "Current Values," CCC still says that my GPU Clock is only 770MHz (the factory default for my card). This is not the case with the Memory Clock; its current value DOES match the setting that I put the slider at.

Attached is a screenshot for clarification.

So what I'm wondering is, does anyone else have this problem? And which speed is my card really running at- 770 or 790?

Thanks!

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Anybody?
:-\
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Hello W-Unit,

I'm not a star in Hardware, so bear with me :)

What happens when you hit the "Auto-Tuneup" button?
Does it set the speed back to 770? Or higher then 770?

Regards,
Olrik
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Thanks for the reply :)

Using Auto-Tune causes it to set the clocks to 780 (core) and 1090 (memory).
HOWEVER, even when I use Auto-Tune, this is just what the sliders get set to- the readout at the bottom still shows the GPU clock at 770, the factory default, just like in the screenshot.

Cheers!
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Try seeing what GPU-Z reports.
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Huh! Not what I expected: GPU-Z reports whatever I set the slider to as the speed.
I presume that means that the slider actually IS working, and that it's probably just a bug or something in CCC that's causing it to display wrong?
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It does sound like it :)

I'd say it's safe to assume that GPU-Z's reports are true.

Regards,
Olrik
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