So, I've gotten myself a second monitor like my main one (LG IPS236V), and now I have them hooked on my 6950, each one on a DVI port. Now I know that the card sets the "idle" clocks while in dual monitors to low power 3d mode, so my card is now running at 450/1300/1.15v in idle, instead of the usual 250/150/0.90v it used to. Temperature has also increased from the usual ~40ºC to ~50ºC while on my desktop doing nothing. I understand that some people managed to "fix" this issue by downclocking their cards in Afterburner/CCC Overdrive. I, however, have no clue how to properly set the idle clocks. So far what I've managed to do is this: Set automatic 2d/3d clocks in afterburner. 2d clocks, for some reason, don't seen to change whatsoever. I noticed, however, that after dragging down the sliders for memory clock down to 650mhz, my memory is now running at 1250mhz and core voltage drooped to 1.00v, but it doesn't go further down than this; I've set UnofficialOverclockingMode = 1 in the Afterburner config file, and after doing this my card now clocks down to 250/150/0.90v as soon as I open Afterburner. This causes MAJOR flickering across both displays though, and I can't seem to raise my idle clocks in afterburner; Now, my questions: How should I proceed? Is it even advisable to downclock my card (if even slightly) to reduce power consumption/heat/noise while running dual monitors? Why don't we have something like nvidia inspector's multi monitor power saving mode? Would two active mini-displayport to dvi adapters fix this? Thanks in advance.