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    I read on zd7000forums once that core to memory freq ratio for a FX5600Go was designed to be 1.275.

    I've searched around and never found intended ratios for any cards, except this one post.

    Anyone ever run across this info somewhere? preferrably an official source of some sort =)

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    Hi Deamhan, and welcome to the new and rather empty forums

    In answer to your question, well i actually have no answer. What exactly do you mean by core to memory freq ratio?

    Here's a link to a review of the Go5600 though: http://www.anandtech.com/mobile/showdoc.html?i=1866&p=1 though I doubt this will help you much.

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    I mean if you put your core clock frequency at 300, your memory clock should be 1.275 times that at 382.5ish...

    I've wondered since I read that a long long time ago if it was true. Never seen any info on it around anywhere else. Here is the thread its in http://www.zd7000forums.com/viewtopi...&highlight=275

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    to be honest I've never heard of this ratio thing before. I'm not actually sure how the interface from the GPU to the memory sub-system works.

    i don't know if there is any reason to assume that you need a specific amount of bandwidth to feed the GPU in an optimal fashion.

    A higher mem clock is always going to give better performance, and so will a high GPU beyond this 1.275 ratio, so even if it turns out to be true it's a really picky way of doing things. Just overclock both the GPU and memory to there max, thats what i say

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