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OC a Sapphire 7850

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February 27, 2013 1:50:44 PM

I am aware of MSI Afterburn used in OC a 7850 Sapphire card... What can I do to get my pings rate up during gaming beyond 60 and my fps over 200? According to GPU-Z the following is registered during gaming:

GPU clock 1050 mhz
memory 1450 mhz

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Clock 860 mhz
memory 1200 mhz
bus width 256 bit
bandwidth 185.6 GBS
Texture fillrate 67.6 G texels/s

:hello:  :bounce: 

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March 3, 2013 9:36:46 AM

knightfarley said:
I am aware of MSI Afterburn used in OC a 7850 Sapphire card... What can I do to get my pings rate up during gaming beyond 60 and my fps over 200? According to GPU-Z the following is registered during gaming:

GPU clock 1050 mhz
memory 1450 mhz

Default
Clock 860 mhz
memory 1200 mhz
bus width 256 bit
bandwidth 185.6 GBS
Texture fillrate 67.6 G texels/s

:hello:  :bounce: 

To get the most out of the 7850 you'll have to up the voltage. I got mine to 1200/1250 with a voltage of 1.18v. You'll want to benchmark the results with 3DMark11 as increasing memory clocks can lead to lower performance scores as a result of memory instability. This should bump those frames up. Also, ping or latency is affected by a number of variables. If you play a online game it can be affected by internet connection or servers you're connecting too. For offline games it can be affected by your hard drive speed. If you install the latest beta drivers that should help ... For example the latest 13.2 beta drivers for AMD improve the latency for Guild Wars 2 as noted on the website.
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March 4, 2013 2:11:01 PM

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