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780 Ti will not clock down when multiple monitors are connected

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This is an issue that needs to be corrected ASAP.

There exist 2 threads on the subject that have been addressed by manuel_g:

EVGA
Is there any good way to downclock my card in 2D mode? Multiple monitors prohibts that
http://forums.evga.com/tm.aspx?m=2113445

Geforce
Card downclocking with high refresh/mulitiple monitors?
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/679580/geforce-drivers/card-downclocking-with-high-refresh-mulitiple-monitors-

We are talking 73 watts from the wall. This forces me to turn some case fans on, increasing noise. Please post below if this issue applies to you so we can create some noise and push this through!

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post #2 of 7
Nvidia Inspector should fix your issue. There are some power saving features in it that should allow it to downclock. At least it fixed my issue.

I see you are running a 120hz monitor.Have you set it to a lower refresh while on desktop to allow the GPU to downclock?
post #3 of 7
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The last 3 NV drivers have broken NV Inspector. I am on 332.
post #4 of 7
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Bump.
post #5 of 7
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Confirmed working properly on single monitor.

I have noticed some interesting issues when the card's core and mem are ran @ slower than full 3D speeds.

MSI Tech support told me Nvidia would do nothing about this issue.

I find that hard to believe.

I hope to see some of this resolved soon. For now I will not be able to run Nvidia surround and am stuck on a single monitor. Because of this, I am UNABLE TO GAME.

Both consoles have AMD GPU's and Nvidia has nothing.

But I feel Nvidia's driver support is top notch.

This is a very difficult decision for me because I am a HUGE NV fanboy and enjoy the official presentations by the CEO. I am considering going with an AMD card, but am willing to wait on NV for a little while here as these new drivers are apparently good stuff?

Anyway, just wanted to update the thread.

Thanks for looking into this Manuel!!! You're the best!!!!
post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by Jodiuh View Post

Confirmed working properly on single monitor.

I have noticed some interesting issues when the card's core and mem are ran @ slower than full 3D speeds.

MSI Tech support told me Nvidia would do nothing about this issue.

I find that hard to believe.

I hope to see some of this resolved soon. For now I will not be able to run Nvidia surround and am stuck on a single monitor. Because of this, I am UNABLE TO GAME.

Both consoles have AMD GPU's and Nvidia has nothing.

But I feel Nvidia's driver support is top notch.

This is a very difficult decision for me because I am a HUGE NV fanboy and enjoy the official presentations by the CEO. I am considering going with an AMD card, but am willing to wait on NV for a little while here as these new drivers are apparently good stuff?

Anyway, just wanted to update the thread.

Thanks for looking into this Manuel!!! You're the best!!!!
Seriously, you're buying NVIDIA graphic cards because of Jen-Hsun Huang? oneeyedsmiley02.png I didn't know he has groupies.
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Seriously its like 20 bucks a year, Who cares.
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