GTX260 Clocks settings not changing

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Football Fan, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Football Fan

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    Damn its not easy for me to explain this in english but i`ll try :)

    I use evga precision or rivatuner to overclock and it works ok for some time after turning pc on but after i play some game and go back to windows(7) surf some internet etc. i launch another or the same game as before and i get really low fps caused by fact that clock setting are not changing to higher in 3d. When i reset my PC everything is back to normal for a while then it again not changing clocks.

    I think this might be caused by amd cool n quiet and changing power profiles in windows cause i have to manually set this profiles from ballanced to high performance when i want to play game(on ballanced it not always change core speed from 800mhz to 3200) I think when it always set to high performance and core clock is locked at max graphic card setting work ok.

    Any ideas ?
     
  2. J STEEL

    J STEEL Master Guru

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    I had this problem too a while back. Found out it was a driver issue. I uninstalled and reloaded drivers and it solved the problem.
     
  3. Football Fan

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    I could install graphic drivers again but im not sure how it should be done in windows 7. I mean when i uninstall them windows automatically installs them again so i installed new drivers by overwriting already drivers installed by system. Is that proper procedure for windows 7 ? Should i use some kind of driver remover program ?
     
  4. Squall Leonhart

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    your display adapter is TDRing upon exit, reset any overclocks and try then.
     

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