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July 31, 2011, 07:14:08 AM
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I purchased two 6870's and installed them on separate machines for bitcoin mining (I know - not efficient... but it's a start). The odd thing is that Catalyst says the max mem freq for the 6870 on one of the machines is ~600MHz, whereas for the other 6870 it's the expected 1050MHz (default) + 1200Mhz max. Has anyone experience a problem like this? Is it possible card with the <600MHz memory is bad?

thanks in advance
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August 01, 2011, 02:18:00 AM
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i would verify the catalyst readings with some other software(trixx and gpuz being two good choices) before jumping to conclusoins

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thanks - I reinstalled my catalyst drivers, rebooted the system and now the card has the correct settings. guess something funky happened with my gfx profile
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