MSI afterburner and GPU-Z different readings ?

Hello,
I recently bought a HP dv6t 7000 with GT 650M.I played Skyrim on it and use GPU-Z to see the card's specs and it show core/memory clocks is 835/1000 but MSI afterburner show 835/2000 so which is correct?And I have low fps in games,not very much but 15-20% lower than notebookcheck.
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  1. Are you running MSI afterburner and GPU-Z at the same time?
  2. jemm said:
    Are you running MSI afterburner and GPU-Z at the same time?

    No, I ran the benchmark twice (same as the one on notebookcheck) one for MSI afterburner and one for GPU-Z.Skyrim crash on the second time :??: and I have experienced some bugs like flying mammoth or dead dragon give no soul, too.My version is 1.7 , I thought these bugs shoud be fixed before?
  3. Since you´ve got a crash, can you inform the temps at full load, please?! Thanks!
  4. jemm said:
    Since you´ve got a crash, can you inform the temps at full load, please?! Thanks!

    I think it was about 65-70 temp C.I also try overclock the card using afterburner, too.But somehow, I only see memory clock increas but core clock din't.
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