1080 Overclock, Mhz Not The Same


  1. Posts : 16
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #1

    1080 Overclock, Mhz Not The Same


    Hey

    ive OC'ed my 1080 to a aparnt 1974mhz core clock, well thats what Afterbuner says but Unigine Heaven says 2012Mhz
    i know there is usually a small odd thing but before i used Afterburner i used GPU Tweek 2 an auto tuned with it an all was happy, even prefered the Overlay on games, as new gpus come out and games require a bit more hurspwrs bby.
    At the moment OC is all i have as saving for a new gpu but its gonna take a while, so what im asking is, is this normal for it to say two differnt Mhz's, GPUZ reads what after burner says but well i dont like overclocking because im a bit of a scardey cat lol

    all info is in my Spec dropdown thinggy :)
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  2. Posts : 2,548
    Windows 11
       #2

    Lilmilez1205 said:
    Hey

    ive OC'ed my 1080 to a aparnt 1974mhz core clock, well thats what Afterbuner says but Unigine Heaven says 2012Mhz
    i know there is usually a small odd thing but before i used Afterburner i used GPU Tweek 2 an auto tuned with it an all was happy, even prefered the Overlay on games, as new gpus come out and games require a bit more hurspwrs bby.
    At the moment OC is all i have as saving for a new gpu but its gonna take a while, so what im asking is, is this normal for it to say two differnt Mhz's, GPUZ reads what after burner says but well i dont like overclocking because im a bit of a scardey cat lol

    all info is in my Spec dropdown thinggy :)
    Different programs report different speeds it's not a big deal have to learn to over look numbers sometimes
      My Computers


 

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