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curious about if im killing my card lol

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You should be fine. 58C is a pretty low temperature and as far as memory goes 1750MHz is going to be the true frequency and not the effective frequency. VRAM is a quad data rate technology meaning there are 4 bits stored or sent for every clock pulse. So it acts like it is running 4x the clock speed then it actually is. So 1750MHz x 4 is 7000MHz effective clock. Similar stuff for DDRX ram which is double data rate so a DDR4 kit at 3600MHz is actually running at 1800MHz. 

 

I doubt you will have any issues at 7800MHz (1950MHz true) effective clock 

im very new to this whole thing so im not exactly sure what the numbers are suposed to look like, i have ran the oc tuner in msi after burner and im mining using nicehash

 

google says base vram clockspeed for a 2060 is 1750 MHz so is this like super fucking bad that its always capped at 7800MHz??

 

im asuming the rest is fine since its not even close to running at boost clock and the temps are looking well withing the realm of fine

 

thanks for the help!

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Edited by meowmoddafokka
added the fact that temps look ok
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You should be fine. 58C is a pretty low temperature and as far as memory goes 1750MHz is going to be the true frequency and not the effective frequency. VRAM is a quad data rate technology meaning there are 4 bits stored or sent for every clock pulse. So it acts like it is running 4x the clock speed then it actually is. So 1750MHz x 4 is 7000MHz effective clock. Similar stuff for DDRX ram which is double data rate so a DDR4 kit at 3600MHz is actually running at 1800MHz. 

 

I doubt you will have any issues at 7800MHz (1950MHz true) effective clock 

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2 minutes ago, trag1c said:

You should be fine. 58C is a pretty low temperature and as far as memory goes 1750MHz is going to be the true frequency and not the effective frequency. VRAM is a quad data rate technology meaning there are 4 bits stored or sent for every clock pulse. So it acts like it is running 4x the clock speed then it actually is. So 1750MHz x 4 is 7000MHz effective clock. Similar stuff for DDRX ram which is double data rate so a DDR4 kit at 3600MHz is actually running at 1800MHz. 

 

I doubt you will have any issues at 7800MHz (1950MHz true) effective clock 

awesome!! thanks a bunch for the info and the input!! didn't know that's how memory was calculated! very helpful!

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