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Default HD 6770M working @ 200Mhz memory - 04-12-2012, 06:33 | posts: 13

I opened GPU-Z and it shows this:-

GPU Clock: 725 Mhz Memory: 800 Mhz
Default Clock: 725Mhz Memory: 216 Mhz

When I run Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL test, GPU-Z (in the sensors tab) shows GPU Memory Clock 216 Mhz, Load approx 90%, approx 70 C.
My OpenGL score is 44.24 fps. So, is GPU-Z just showing wrong info, or is that a low score?
   
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Do you have latest 0.60?
   
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Yes.
   
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Default 04-12-2012, 07:55 | posts: 24,427 | Location: NZ

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Yes.
Click on the ? next to PCI-E start the render test and see what your sensors say...
   
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Default 04-12-2012, 08:27 | posts: 13

GPU Core Clock : 725 Mhz
GPU Memory Clock : 216 Mhz
GPU Temperature : 70 C
Fan Speed : 30 %
Fan Speed (RPM) : -- RPM
GPU Load : 99 %
GPU Temp #1 : 70 C
Memory Usaged (Dedicated) : 202 MB
Memory Usage (Dynamic) : 126 MB
   
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Default 04-12-2012, 08:34 | posts: 24,427 | Location: NZ

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I opened GPU-Z and it shows this:-

GPU Clock: 725 Mhz Memory: 800 Mhz
Default Clock: 725Mhz Memory: 216 Mhz

When I run Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL test, GPU-Z (in the sensors tab) shows GPU Memory Clock 216 Mhz, Load approx 90%, approx 70 C.
My OpenGL score is 44.24 fps. So, is GPU-Z just showing wrong info, or is that a low score?
Your score seems about right for that GPU. Must be wrong clocks.

Try 0.5.9, that shows clocks in real time for me where 0.6.0 does not.

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Default 04-12-2012, 09:13 | posts: 13

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Your score seems about right for that GPU. Must be wrong clocks.

Try 0.5.9, that shows clocks in real time for me where 0.6.0 does not.
I've tried it now, but it also doesn't work.

It's OK, the important thing is that the GPU is working!

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Red face 04-12-2012, 10:12 | posts: 314

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I've tried it now, but it also doesn't work.

It's OK, the important thing is that the GPU is working!

Thank you.
. .

Well Sorry to Cut your Thinking. . But. . Not only GPU Clock is needed for Graphics oriented Work. . But The MEMORY Clock is of Very High Importance. .

The Memory clock is the unit which decides the FPS Output...

we generally think that the GPU clock is the Most essential of all but its really not true. .
   
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Default 04-12-2012, 10:18 | posts: 24,427 | Location: NZ

^He was referring to the card in general, not specifically the GPU core.....obviously...

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GPU-Z detect it wrongly ever since the 1st day i use this laptop. Use MSI Afterburner or Gpu Caps Viewer.
   
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