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True but AB is made by the guys from Rivatuner
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I know, and yet there are differences.
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Originally Posted by Captain_cannonfodder View Post
True but AB is made by the guys from Rivatuner
So is Precision.

But in the GPU-manufacturer versions they hid a whole load of the options you can find in RivaTuner - like the one to alter the 2D clocks as well as the 3D clocks, so you can allow the card to 'downclock' and it still runs at full speed.

But, for the record, I use AB. Cos I like the interface better than Riva. I've run into the downclocking issue several times (with all of my NVidia cards in fact). But to be honest I've no idea how I've fixed it - usually a reboot after the problem occurs is enough to cure if permanently (or at least until I next change the hardware).
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like the one to alter the 2D clocks as well as the 3D clocks, so you can allow the card to 'downclock' and it still runs at full speed.
Can also be done in Afterburner under the Profiles tab in the settings .

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But, for the record, I use AB. Cos I like the interface better than Riva. I've run into the downclocking issue several times (with all of my NVidia cards in fact). But to be honest I've no idea how I've fixed it - usually a reboot after the problem occurs is enough to cure if permanently (or at least until I next change the hardware).
This is a nVidia driver issue, or so it seems. Also happens to AMD cards.
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