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I have a Asus 4870 1gb black knight edition with the big heat pipes on it and some major case fans to keep things cool. Ive got it overclocked using Overdrive from the stock 750mhz to 855mhz and 1050mhz for the memory. However on the bottom of the screen it shows the "Current values" at 500 and 1050. Why is this? Is that really what its running at?
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    erenas4 said:

    the reason you don't see the clocks you selected is because the GPU is in a power saving state (this is normal)

    once you actually launch an application that puts the GPU to use (A Game) it will jump up to the clocks you selected.
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