This is a known issue. A new API has been introduced in the NVIDIA Forceware display driver version 93.71 which results in the graphics card's video memory to be incorrectly reported in the NVIDIA overclocking panel. This applies to both the NVIDIA Classic panel as well as the new NVIDIA Control Panel. To correct this issue, please download the NVIDIA nTune utility from our Software Downloads page and proceed to install the software. The NVIDIA nTune software which can be accessed from the Windows Control Panel will correctly list the operating speed of your graphics card video memory. If you prefer, you may revert to the prior NVIDIA Forceware display driver by visiting the driver archive page which contains a list of all of our previous display driver versions:
The memory speed is incorrectly reported in the NVIDIA overclocking panel with Forceware display driver version 93.71
Updated 05/09/2007 04:30 PM
The memory speed is inaccurately reported in the NVIDIA overclocking panel with Forceware display driver version 93.71. How do I correct this issue?