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June 26, 2011, 08:28:30 PM
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Hiya,

Ive seen recommendations to underclock the memory on the gpu cards, can i ask a) why would we do this?, and b) how we do this?

I can use the --od-setclocks= command, but the output shows i can only set the GPU Core to 500-950 and the Memory to 1375-1450 on my 6970 (This is a non-reference model, so i dont have the 2nd bios Sad, is this my problem?)

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June 26, 2011, 09:03:19 PM
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Hiya,

Ive seen recommendations to underclock the memory on the gpu cards, can i ask a) why would we do this?, and b) how we do this?

I can use the --od-setclocks= command, but the output shows i can only set the GPU Core to 500-950 and the Memory to 1375-1450 on my 6970 (This is a non-reference model, so i dont have the 2nd bios Sad, is this my problem?)

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Underclocking memory is believed to reduce temperatures on the card and does not affect performance as mining is not memory intensive. overclocking utilities (MSI afterburner for instance) should allow a deeper downclocking, but ymmv.
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June 26, 2011, 09:07:37 PM
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+1 Msi afterburner is all you need

If you have really good card, you can use ATI driver to overvolt the card a little like on 6970 for example.

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