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New NVidia drivers messing up Precision X O/C settings.

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When i install new NVidia Drivers my Precision X saved profiles dont load correctly and i get a crazy 4279541mhz.. read out on GPU and Memory clock. And at idle the base clock is at 324mhz!!!

If i go back to my old driver its fine.
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did you reset everything back to default before you updated the driver?
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Originally Posted by marsha11 View Post

When i install new NVidia Drivers my Precision X saved profiles dont load correctly and i get a crazy 4279541mhz.. read out on GPU and Memory clock. And at idle the base clock is at 324mhz!!!

If i go back to my old driver its fine.

Yup same here..i can't even see my FPS. everything is wacky.
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I never reset to default no. I fixed it by clicking kboost off then canceling, then clicking kboost on again then accepting to restart my computer. Loaded up fine after restart.
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