12/07/2011 11:45 AMPosted by N00bsauceI had that same problem, 2 4890's with 1G each shows up as 1.7G. Seems like it did not matter ;)
12/07/2011 11:51 AMPosted by N00bsauce
Had something similar with my dually HD5770s didn't register the secondary card at all (lol) oh well.
You may want to check your crossfire settings if it didnt pick up the 2nd card at all. You can have 2 cards installed and only 1 operating.
12/07/2011 01:36 PMPosted by AtreidesYou'd think they'd endeavor to fix that, considering graphics card information of potential beta testers would be rather important information
12/07/2011 01:38 PMPosted by JackaThey are probably more concerned about what card you have than how overclocked your card is...
12/07/2011 03:05 PMPosted by StormTrooperYou'd think they'd endeavor to fix that, considering graphics card information of potential beta testers would be rather important information
Miss reading the vram on the card isn't really an important issue. If it was reading the cards improperly that would be a major issue.
12/07/2011 09:20 PMPosted by Jacka
I dont think you read the post thoroughly enough. Misreading the "amount" of ram has nothing to do with overclocking the card....
I read it, I don't think you understand how video cards are manufactured and resold constantly.
Take a look at this for a bit... Why would the same video card be selling at so many different prices?
They don't care about your performance, they care about your video card and the drivers.
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