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Old 10-06-2007, 06:04 AM   #11 (permalink)
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see even some of yours fields are blank! lol oh well as you said its a good start
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Old 10-06-2007, 12:51 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The 0.0.0.4 Version doesn't have any problems with me ^^. It shows my stock speeds the same as my current because I flashed the BIOS to my overclocked settings. Recently lowered them a bit though, for stability issues. Works like a charm now ^^

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Wierd, it doesnt know my display though.....

But here's my validation.....

techPowerUp GPU-Z Validation 2rywq
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Is that volt modded? And why are your default clock and memory values so high?

Here's mine:techPowerUp GPU-Z Validation vrqmn
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Not volt modded yet, I plan on taking it to 1.4 or 1.5.. or 1.45... It ran these clocks with the stock cooler, although around 60c idle, 78~ load.

However, now it runs 40~ idle and 60 max load with CoolViva Pro on a decently warm day. Hopefully, I can take it to at least 700/1000 with some more volt mod.. not sure if I'm going to bother with pencil mod.

I bought an XFX "Xtreme" I guess. it was the cheapest 7900gs at the time, open box.
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It isn't accurate on the clock speeds for me.
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Remember it is in an early beta stage, so the bugs wont all be ironed out.
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yeah i got the lastest one earlier and now there isnt any blank boxes, so its improving
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we all use Control alt prnt screen... what are you talking about? they just uploaded it to imageshack or some other Photohosting site
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