182.06 or Generel Driver Bug ???

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  1. PKOneTwo

    PKOneTwo Active Member

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    Hi folks,

    I've git a 9800GTX+, which usually has a 2D clock of 300 Mhz Core and 600 Ram. In 3D it has 790 and 1200 Ram.

    Since a few weeks I have now a second monitor working in Dualview mode.
    I now have recognized, that my card is all the time in 3D Mode.

    Is this a generel driver bug? Or is it the way the g92 chips work in dualview mode?

    any constructive help appreciated
     
  2. MrMicrochip

    MrMicrochip Member Guru

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    Same happens with my 260 GTX so i'm not sure is it a feature or a bug.
     
  3. Jonny Manc

    Jonny Manc Ancient Guru

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    Whenever more than one monitor or TV is used, it seems to live in 3D clocks.
    It does the same when I hook my main TV upto it, I presume it needs the extra clocks (for some odd reason :p)
     
  4. josephmoore

    josephmoore Member

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    Same here, too.
     

  5. HaZe303

    HaZe303 Ancient Guru

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    Well I doubt it needs the extra clocks for anything, sounds more like a bug to me? I pretty sure it will be fixed soon.
     
  6. PKOneTwo

    PKOneTwo Active Member

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    That's what I think, too.
    But how can it be, that they didn't find a bug like this for quite a few forceware versions ?!?

    However: it should be fixed, at least: I hope so....
     
  7. Scalarscience

    Scalarscience Member Guru

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    I've had this problem in every 18x.xx driver EXCEPT 182.05. Will try these (which should, in theory, be the same as 182.05 but with minor changes?) and report back...
     
  8. theman7233

    theman7233 Member Guru

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    i have had this problem since i started using SLI dual monitors. one card stays in 3d while the other downclocks
     
  9. Sr7

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    It's not a problem or bug. It's a fact of life, and it's by design. If you have dual monitors hooked up, you will stay at 3d clocks.
     
  10. PKOneTwo

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    That's for sure? I don't really know, why the "EXTRA CLOCKS" should be needed!


    PS: That's why I started this thread in the first place, to find out if it's a bug or a fact!
     

  11. Cybermancer

    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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    Wrong. It's a bug and Nvidia is aware of the issue. So far there is no workaround though:
    http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=86932
     
  12. PKOneTwo

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    Here we go, than it's a bug, a most likely general one (like i thought)...damn...
    now we have to wait...
     
  13. PKOneTwo

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    Damn, no we git 182.08 and the bug still exists.
    What the....****
     

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