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Thread: 9800pro memory clock
12-20-03, 03:01 PM #1
9800pro memory clock
My memory clock seems really good (too bad my gpu won't follow suit ) I was just curious what kind of memory clocks everyone else can get?
Mine in sig
12-20-03, 03:23 PM #2
- Join Date
- Aug 2002
- Newport News, VA
375 w/ ramsinks (348 w/o, see my other post)
Before that on my 9800NP (returned) it was only 314. I am usually not fortunate w/ overclocks period but I have been very fortunate with this card so far. Next I plan to redo the HSF w/ Arctic Alumina hoping to get the core higher than 405.
12-20-03, 04:50 PM #3
i took all the clock speeds of the 9800pro's with 128mb ram with stock
cooling from here, and found the average to be 423/363 core/memory. so i'd say
your doing pretty darn good with your core/memory. puts my 8500@295mhz to shame.
Timmybighands tilted the scale a tad with his 486 core clock .
c_hMB) Z77 Extreme 4 CPU) 2500K @ 4.3Ghz 1.25v LLC3 HS) NH-D14 RAM)2x4GB samsung "green" @ 1600 9-9-9-24 1.35v
GPU) GTX 780 6GB @ 0/0 0v RIP SSD) 840 pro 256GB, m500 120GB Optic) DVR-219L PSU) SS-660XP˛ Case) HAF XB
12-20-03, 05:37 PM #4
Yes-sir That was on the stock cooling. I am now swiftech watercooled, and can push 490 without a hitch. My memory remains the same, however. It will not budge from 378.
12-20-03, 07:05 PM #5
I'd post mine there but I'm gonna have a maze4 on it soon
If Fedex ever decides to give me my package that is...
12-20-03, 07:24 PM #6
I'm stuck at 370 on the memory - no RAMsinks or anything. Even one measly MHz increment over 370 causes snow.
I hope that RAMsinks will help me get to 380 stably. How do those 3DMark leaders get their memory to 400+?? Surely a Volt Mod doesn't help *that* much!