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Overclocking(?) Troubles on the eVGA Nvidia 780TI

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Hey there, all. I know this is the premier location to visit for one who is searching for the best advice regarding overclocking and I am here for that very reason.

I've instituted some overclock settings on my 780TI using eVGA Precision and tested them in OCCT. Everything checked out there. However when I load into a game, for example Assassin's Creed 4 or Wildstar the display either shuts down and I get a driver crash notification, or it shuts down for a moment and then returns with - I know this sounds strange - a different color profile. Usually the games get considerably darker after this happens, until I exit and re-enter the game. This issue appears to be somehow linked to alt+tabbing out and back into the game.

I've been scouring different forums and it's not an unheard of issue but I haven't been able to find a solution. I've tried several versions of the drivers, even beta versions trying resolve it.

Do you think this is an issue with my overclock, the drivers, or something else? Anything you can do to help would be most appreciated. Thanks a lot.

(Images posted below.)

http://imgur.com/YytHyNy,KPkUESY#0
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Some games are notorious for not being able to alt-tab well, or even at all.

You can try to figure it out by isolating things...

1. Want to see if it is the overclock? Set it back to stock and see if it happens.
2. Drivers? Switch drivers (as you already did, so its seemingly not that).

Same thing with your games. Isolate the issue by changing ONE thing and see if it resolves the issue.
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