Is MSI Afterburner wrong about my core clock?

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by NeoEnigma, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. NeoEnigma

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  2. Pill Monster

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    Use the latest version.
     
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    My GTX680 sits a 324mhz while at idle or browsing with IE, Crome etc.. The clocks dont jump up to the default max clock until I play a game. My factory default clock speed is 1163mhz. Im not sure if you know our cards do this to save on energy or if you're asking something else.
     

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    The clocks you set don't change in idle (Inspector can change the different power states), just what the monitoring shows.
     

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