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Old 01-30-12, 11:19 PM   #13
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Default Re: Post your ASIC Quality.

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Also, values above 100% are a bug atm, so I wouldn't trust the current GPU-Z results. I'm sure the next release or two will fix it.
I wouldn't say it's bugged only that the scale isn't known yet, there's no reference points which means these vast differences in results we see now may actually be very insignificant.

But it'll be cool if he figures it out or get some assistance from the hardware manufacturers.
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Default Re: Post your ASIC Quality.

I had a feeling that 100.3% was too good to be true,


Now with gpu-z 0.59 its more accurate - 87.6%, also some extra info



lol if it were true 100.3% i bet i could use 1.018v or lower, instead 1.049v @ 900mhz.

Still very happy with that
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Old 02-14-12, 02:00 PM   #15
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Nice, thanks for posting the update. So it looks like it's true that you can get better overclocking with lower ASIC values, but only if you have the cooling to pull it off.
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