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    Default AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

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    The technology we believe AMD to be experimenting with could follow a method more similar to NVIDIA's GPU Boost. There are no definite clock speeds, but ranges, and the boost clock algorithm instructs the driver to alter clock speeds taking into account load, power draw, and temperatures. Close reading of the API documents also reveal that AMD is working on a dynamic boosting technology for the memory clocks, something that's currently not possible on NVIDIA's products. With AMD GPUs, applying a memory overclock no longer cause the screen to flicker (at least not noticeably).



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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    Interesting

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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    Hope they do it right and not rush it out before its working correctly.
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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Hope they do it right and not rush it out before its working correctly.
    You funny XD Thats what AMD does best lol

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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

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    You funny XD Thats what AMD does best lol
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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I can dream damnit! hahaha
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    This has me rethinking buying a second 7970. Maybe I'll hold off for a bit and see what the next gen has to offer.
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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    @Sam, I heard AMD aren't releasing another GPU for 3 years, so wait a bit then if it will be, just get another.

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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    that is not true. AMd has already stated new cards will be coming out this year. The 7790 is the first of the newer gen gpus. The official 7990 is also coming out. They just showed it off yesterday. The new gen mobile gpus have been out for a month now. 3 years is just silly and they would not be in business after the end of the first year.
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    Default Re: AMD Working on a Real GPU Dynamic Overclocking Technology

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    that is not true. AMd has already stated new cards will be coming out this year. The 7790 is the first of the newer gen gpus. The official 7990 is also coming out. They just showed it off yesterday. The new gen mobile gpus have been out for a month now. 3 years is just silly and they would not be in business after the end of the first year.
    That's good then.

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