Graphics Memory Clock - problem

kirlen

New Member
Hello, i have small problem, i feel like my gpu work fine, dont rly see anything strange (or i do not know that) but when i check my gpu look s like something is wrong with my Effective speed or im reading it incorrect? Friend have gtx 1060 and he has effective speed 2000+ .

Graphics Memory Clock: 101.3 MHz (Effective 810.0 MHz)

I also found that while im looking at sensors my memory cloack show (screen) 1750MHz while as i understand correct its x4 (GDDR6) what is giving my 7000MHz, and my GPU has 14000MHz, i reading something wrong?
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
This is because the GPU is idle, check the value in sensors when GPU is under load. I can see it showing 1750 MHz (14000 effective) as maximum reached during the run, so all should be well.
 

kirlen

New Member
I had the same values as in screenshot 1 under load, and also without, so I thought it might be a normal value, but I found what was the problem.

I work on the computer in 99% when working remotely, remote desktop or chrome desktop. I do not know how HwInfo collects information, but when working remotely, it is completely wrong, I connected the monitor out of curiosity and everything is correct.

Strange

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Don't look at the data in main window, that's only sampled during start and doesn't refresh. Look at values in the sensors screen.
 
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