Originally Posted by blaze2210
If you set it up properly, you shouldn't be running overclocked all the time. When I'm not gaming, my card is idling at 962.7mhz. I also have 3 monitors connected, and 1 of them is at 120hz. As soon as I start gaming though, it shoots up to 1531.5mhz.
Ignore my temps, it's rather warm in here....Dang San Diego heat....hehehe....
Ye i understand. Mine idles at 135 MHz core and 162 MHz memory. When i am gaming i enable profile 1 that nets me 1552 MHz clock and 4000 MHz memory which is stable in most games.
In my case it was a driver problem because on 355.82 Firestrike crashed a lot and valley would crash also long before the limit of this card has reached. Now on 353.62 and all is well.
There are lots of people who have problems with the Nvidia drivers.
I only have one 144 Hz Asus 1080p screen and i love it, colors are not that accurate compare to IPS panel but its very very fast. As a matter a fact, it was the fastest screen you could buy 3 years ago.
How can it be hot over there, its getting winter here lol Would love to trade places with you because i don't like the cold that much..