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June 10, 2011, 07:59:52 PM
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Did not know that Trixx was the official Sapphire program, will try that.

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June 10, 2011, 08:01:36 PM
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I'm running ubuntu 11.04 so I'd have to use wine with those utilities and i'm not sure if I want to trust wine with overclocking.

But how are you guys getting such low memory clocks? I can't go below 600mhz on my sapphire without it crashing and displaying stripes on the screen.

975/340 gives me 303mhash/s works on both xfx and sapphire
using msi afterburner..

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June 10, 2011, 08:05:07 PM
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I'm running ubuntu 11.04 so I'd have to use wine with those utilities and i'm not sure if I want to trust wine with overclocking.

But how are you guys getting such low memory clocks? I can't go below 600mhz on my sapphire without it crashing and displaying stripes on the screen.


I'm also using ubuntu 11.04, and similarly I can't significantly downclock the memory on my sapphire 5830's without either having the cards crash, or reducing the hash rate to ~150mhash/s per card. For reference, using hashkill-gpu I get around 260 mhash/s per card running at 900mem, 830 gpu. I'm going to try out some of the other utilities today.
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