Originally Posted by Manac0r
Over clock: 725Mhz
Memory clock: 1856 MHz
Not noticing any 'throttling' in practical applications.
Fur mark multi GPU stable at over 1 hour.
Does this seem about right to you? Temps no higher than 64.
Also using multi monitors, so one clock stays at maximum clock speed. Wasn't there a work around for this?
Finally Nvidia inspector won't allow me to change clock states for different p levels, they are greyed out.
Well I am a confuz-ed, lets clear things up:
1.) When you turn on computer, is your card stock clocks?
2.) The temperatures look great.
3.) How many multi-monitors do you have? I found out that having a monitor on each GPU lets all 4 GPUs idle to 51 MHz when nothing is going on (sitting on desktop.) If you have 2 monitors, put 1 on each card.
If you have 3 monitors, put them in the following DVI sockets:
Facing the back of the computer, your 2 590s are upside down technically.
Put DVI#1, in the top right socket (based on facing the back of the computer.)
Put DVI#2 in the socket under it, so both go in the top card.
Put DVI#3 in the socket top right of card 2, so the third DVI socket in sequence.
4.) nVidia Inspector, also prevents idling, on GPUs when its open. I found this out the hardway
I have discovered 184.108.40.206 nI is a bit buggy as well, which I should touch up on in my PDL setting messing around with guide... I also need better guide names.
5.) Almost all throttling is invisible
, unless your OC is just too much for the card to handle so it stays in P2 state. Although the new drivers seem to be better at it being one state or another, as ReignofPower showed in his video. Prior to these drivers, all we could see was performance going down.
Just let me know if you guys have any other questions.
Guide work is slowing down a bit, its now entering an organizational phase, and added two posts for more space.