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Hey there,

I think I am having a little problem with my two 780s (powering 3 1080 displays). I just started playing around with MSI AB a little to get a feeling for the cards (temps, volts, clocks etc) and also installed RTSS.

Now I noticed that when I run any benchmark (Heaven, Valley, 3D Mark) or game( BF4, Titanfall) that Afterburner as well as the RTSS OSD sometimes report that my GPU clocks stay both at 575MHz and the voltages stay at something between 0.9V and 1.0V and just don´t clock up.
Then I have to log off or reboot to get it working again as it should (meaning they clock up to the max. GPU clock).

I also tried Precision X and the same happens.

I am currently on the 335.23 driver and already tried setting the 3D Performance to Maximum Performance in the NV Control Panel.


Also, I noticed two more things:
1) When I run Heaven or Valley in windowed mode - so far - it always works as it should.
2) My score in the benchmarks doesn´t change no matter if my GPUs are displayed to run at full speed or at 575MHz.


Anyone heard about that issue and knows how to fix it?
Also - since my benchmark score don´t change - do you think it´s just false readings or do you think my GPUs really don´t clock up?


EDIT: AB is version 3.0.0 Beta 18.
Edited by Someone09 - 3/27/14 at 4:51am
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OK guys go and grab it! biggrin.gif

MSI Afterburner 3.0.0 Beta 19 Download

Change notes:

Added optional unified GPU usage monitoring path via D3DKMT performance counters. You may tick “Enable unified GPU usage monitoring” option in “AMD compatibilities properties” in “General” tab as a workaround to replace native AMD GPU usage monitoring if it is working improperly (e.g. broken GPU usage monitoring in AMD ADL API for AMD Sea Islands GPU family)
Added basic monitoring for unsupported GPUs (e.g. Intel integrated iGPUs):
Now GPU usage and videomemory usage can be monitored and displayed in On-Screen Display on any GPU, so you can use MSI Afterburner to monitor graphics subsystem on laptops without dedicated NVIDIA/AMD GPU
Extended GPU usage monitoring for Intel integrated iGPUs. You can independently monitor usage of main GPU execution unit (labeled as “GPU usage”) and MFX unit (labeled as "VID usage" to keep NVIDIA-styled GPU domains naming.
Added “NV12 compression” to the list of available video formats to “Videocapture” tab. This format can be used to replace uncompressed video recording with fixed 2x compression ratio at the cost of some color information loss caused by RGB to YUV 4:2:0 color space conversion
RivaTuner Statistics Server has been upgraded to version 6.1.0



Cheers

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As for my previously mentioned problem: I just figured out that restarting AB fixes the issue.
Not sure what the reason for that is though.
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post #18534 of 24925
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As for my previously mentioned problem: I just figured out that restarting AB fixes the issue.
Not sure what the reason for that is though.
GPu core stays @ 575Mhz when nvidia driver is force closed. Usually system restart is needed in order the clocks to be reverted back to normal frequency/state.
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Hm...for me it is enough to log off and on again. And as for now it looks like even restarting AB is enough.

Maybe I´ll revert back to my trusted 331.93 driver and see how it goes.



EDIT: So far, restarting AB always worked.
But I figured out how to force the 575MHz: When I switch to another user account on the same computer and then switch back it is stuck at 575.
Weird.
Edited by Someone09 - 3/27/14 at 8:28am
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Thread Starter 
Can both of you provide me a GPU-Z link so I can update the owners list.

@rocsage yours is blank

@Kalavere you have added the canardpc link which is not valid.

thank you.
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I have a supernova p2 1000, and it came with two pci-e 6+2pin + 6pin cable. Would one of these cables be good enough for each 780 instead of 4 total cables?
Here is the cable I am talking about.
FcTqaEG.jpg
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Originally Posted by draterrojam View Post

I have a supernova p2 1000, and it came with two pci-e 6+2pin + 6pin cable. Would one of these cables be good enough for each 780 instead of 4 total cables?
Here is the cable I am talking about.
FcTqaEG.jpg

Yes you can use 1 cable per card you dont need to use 4 cables total
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Furmark is not suitable for testing stability!

You can test if your cooler is capable of keeping temps in check at an absolute maximum usage which you will never see in daily use but thats it with Furmark so don't use it for stability testing. Use benches or games preferably Far Cry 3 and Tomb Raider for games and Unigine Valley or Firestrike for benches.

What settings did you use in Furmark? 1080p 8xAA burn-in? Try it without AA and 1050p and you will see how your card will downclock because it'll tun into power target.
i did a firestrike run now,i didnt get any problems(lockups or artifacts)
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/1928570 was the score
post #18540 of 24925
Quote:
Originally Posted by draterrojam View Post

I have a supernova p2 1000, and it came with two pci-e 6+2pin + 6pin cable. Would one of these cables be good enough for each 780 instead of 4 total cables?
Here is the cable I am talking about.
FcTqaEG.jpg[/quo
Quote:
Originally Posted by draterrojam View Post

I have a supernova p2 1000, and it came with two pci-e 6+2pin + 6pin cable. Would one of these cables be good enough for each 780 instead of 4 total cables?
Here is the cable I am talking about.
FcTqaEG.jpg




It depends on which 780 you have. If it's a ref card it will work. Anything over ref you will need four cables for Ti and classy.
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