Memory Clock idle at 1250/1250

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  1. AmD6000

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    Using 144Hz monitors my HD 7950 memory clock idle at 1250/1250 this looks bad :bang:, now when i drop the monitor down to 120Hz memory clock idle at 150/1250 this looks good:). first i notice this on the Omega drivers i thought it was a driver issue and i went back to catalyst 14.11 2 beta but the same issue appears on this drivers. Now, how can this be fix? i want to use the 144Hz.
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    Anybody?
     
  3. Extraordinary

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    Likely the GPU needs those clocks to drive 144Hz
     
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  5. AmD6000

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    It is safe to maintain running always on that speed?
     
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    Yea fine, I have 3 LCDs and my clocks are permanently in 3D clock speeds

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    Its fine, and normal, so i wouldn't worry about it, as im on 144Hz too, and also have my Memory Clock @ 1250Mhz.
     
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    its not that silly k boost thing is it? i had to remove AB and rivatuner to get rid of it on my system. It too had locked my idle clocks at max. Once i removed and reinstalled AB everything was back to normal.
     
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    K boost is nVidia only.
     
  10. darkjj

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    I have the same problem with the Omega drivers, They go full throttle after a while and dont clock back.
     

  11. AmD6000

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    Thank you guys, but still looks bad feels like is not right... oh well i'll keep it on 144Hz.
     
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    It is not right...
     
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    It's normal when u use multi monitors.
     
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    Yup. :)
     
  15. darkjj

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    I know you get a higher clock when using a multi monitor setup. Ive got a single monitor and my clocks go up max after a while spontaneous and dont clock back.. Only when i log off or reboot the system. This also happens when i'm afk.
     

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