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Crazy memory clocks!

So I've managed to get my 1060 6GB to an effective memory clock of 9720mhz. Is this to be expected, or did I just get golden memory?

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GDDR5 is quad data rate, so effective memory clock is 4x real memory clock. Stock is 2002Mhz/8008Mhz. If you have a factory OC model, then 9720Mhz is normal.

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Well there are 1060 6gb's with 9gbps memory from the factory so it's not very special.

https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/GTX1060-O6G-9GBPS/

Also did the performance actually improve? Usually when the clockspeed improves, the timings go to potatoland so effective performance is actually lower.

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5 minutes ago, samcool55 said:

Well there are 1060 6gb's with 9gbps memory from the factory so it's not very special.

https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/GTX1060-O6G-9GBPS/

Also did the performance actually improve? Usually when the clockspeed improves, the timings go to potatoland so effective performance is actually lower.

So standard 4ghz out of box is 9174 score and my +800 offset is 9752 score, and this is in Super Position 1080 medium.

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