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XFX HD6850 OC @ 1010/1180 1.25 Volts

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December 10, 2010 1:46:40 PM

Well i been doing some research and found hat i should be able to run stable with my current clocks and it was correct :sol:  .......I been running like this for the past 5 days gaming with no problems and i don't hit over 66c on the GPU so I'm quite happy, But i think my CPU might be bottle necking my GPU.






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December 10, 2010 4:06:50 PM

Your card does hit 100 % usage, its the bottleneck but what are your full specs..
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December 10, 2010 4:28:09 PM

55Range said:
Your card does hit 100 % usage, its the bottleneck but what are your full specs..



Q6600@2.8Ghz
Abit IB9 motherboard
4GB pny DDR2 memory
250GB Seagate HDD
500Watt PSU
XFX HD6850 Video card

But my CPU never gets past 80% in games........
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December 10, 2010 4:36:22 PM

timmy121 said:
Q6600@2.8Ghz
Abit IB9 motherboard
4GB pny DDR2 memory
250GB Seagate HDD
500Watt PSU
XFX HD6850 Video card

But my CPU never gets past 80% in games........


Seems the bottleneck is created by your gpu, as it hits 100%, and your cpu 80 %...
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December 10, 2010 4:48:27 PM

Well i been doing stress tests to the video card such as the ATI Tool and 3dmark but when im actually playing a game like call of duty black ops or AVP i don't hit 100% on my GPU or CPU.
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December 10, 2010 4:53:27 PM

Yes, that depends upon the application, some are gpu heavy some cpu heavy, some both, then you will see that the one at max output is the bottleneck.
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December 11, 2010 3:43:16 PM

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