7600GT running on 700MHz instead of 1100MHz

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#1

Hi,
I recently bought AGP graphics card from Club 3D manufacturer and I’m pleased with the performance on a few game titles that I tried so far.
However I noticed that the memory frequency in nVidia monitor is different than what the specs for this card say. It’s 700MHz instead od 1100MHz.
Anyone knows what’s going on here?

Specs:


#2

FAIK they sell also OC’ed gfx cards. Could be such one, or youneed to use extra software from them to “oc”.


#3

So you’re saying that they sell products with fake specification? That cannot be legal.
I’ve heard good things about Club 3D till now.


#4

Did you mess with the settings thru nTune or some other oc software. Mine (different card) is speced at 1800. 900x2 = 1800Mhz. So you may be running @1404Mhz if it is the same as mine?


#5

Your memory is twice-pumped : 700 x 2 = 1400


#6

[QUOTE=crossg;2037304]Did you mess with the settings thru nTune or some other oc software. [/QUOTE]
I didn’t mess with anything. I bought this card two days ago and decided to check the frequency today. If 700MHz is a regular value for this card then I guess I’m fine.


#7

Yes, all is normal.
The mfr’s like to advertise the DDR value because it’s a more impressive number.
http://www.gpureview.com/geforce-7600-gt-pci-e-card-385.html


#8

Probably like chef suggested if your memory is supposed to run @ 1100 Mhz then you probably have an overclocked version which is basically a different bios version on the same card.