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I ran firestrike 1.1 on my laptop with an overclocked gpu 715mhz core clock and 1040mhz memory clock and when i got the benchmark results it said that the core clock was at 1500mhz and that the memory clock was at 2181mhz do you know how or why this happened?
here is a link to the results: https://www.3dmark.com/fs/13326823
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    Firestrike often gets it wrong. The memory clock is the one reported by the SPD data in the RAM. The GPU speed is estimated and almost always wrong. This doesn't affect the score, and Firestrike team admits that this happens, and that they don't consider it a real issue or something they want to fix as a priority.
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    Firestrike often gets it wrong. The memory clock is the one reported by the SPD data in the RAM. The GPU speed is estimated and almost always wrong. This doesn't affect the score, and Firestrike team admits that this happens, and that they don't consider it a real issue or something they want to fix as a priority.


    ok thank you for clearing this up for me :D
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