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Phenomenon in which the memory clock is higher of the GPU and the Hertz of the monitor to 144Hz

Question asked by zalman on Apr 2, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 17, 2016 by hockalugie
Hello. We will for the first time posted . 
I am worried or not has become a funny sentence is equal to English can not be entirely in Japanese
I will be posted with the but Japanese translation .
If as in the thread of the title , but do not know whether only my PC environment to the Hertz of the monitor to 144Hz increases the memory clock of the GPU.
I if to 120Hz clock drops to a value of the idle state, but will become a high- clock and to 144Hz. My GPU is R9 390 made of MSI
The driver I use is 16.3.2 Crimson

The state would like to know whether I only such of whether or to everyone also the same .
If I think I would like you to tell me if it is , such as the measures be just me .
By the way, is not a dual display .
Finally, keep writing the details of my PC environment

CPU Intel Core i7-3770k@stock
M/B ASUS P8Z77-V Pro
OS  Windows10 Home 64Bit
PSU SCTHE TEIRIKI 750W
Monitor ASUS VG248QE

I'm sorry when I became a strange English .

 

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