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Old 02-16-2006, 11:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default eVGA 6800GS Core Clock Speed

Well, it was a while ago when I bought this 6800GS. I purchased it on Newegg and it was said to have a 425mhz core clock. However, I was looking through RivaTuner a few minutes ago and noticed that it is being read as 350mhz! So instead of the advertised 425/1000, it is 350/1000. What's going on? Was this an advertising fault, or did I get ripped off? Maybe RivaTuner is reading incorrectly? Help please. Thanks!

Edit: Here's a link of the exact item: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130267

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What you are looking at is the 2d core speed. There should be a pull down menu somewhere where you select low-3d and performance 3d.


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Haha, yep, you were right. Thanks .
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