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post #2131 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Exiledemonz View Post

Goddamn, It's back to same problem after a restart.
Memory stuck at 6k too.

This is a known issue and a software problem.. Not an O/S or hardware problem.

Main reason why this occurs is that saved O/C profiles are loaded after a custom BIOS is flashed and since the custom BIOS values are different, the saved profile setting are invalid. You end up with crazy settings that appear stuck.

Don't worry, it is a matter of finding the right software/settings to remove.

(1) Uninstall ALL O/C apps and you MUST choose to remove ALL settings/preferences/profiles. You may need to manually hunt down where the settings are stored and MAKE SURE they are gone. Reboot and then re-install the O/C app "fresh"

(2) FULLY removing all drivers and re-installing using a "CLEAN" install has reported to resolve the issue.

(3) Geforce experience was reported (I haven't ever confirmed this personally) to cause this issue after removing and re-installing it reported to resolve.


TIP: ANYTHING that may communicate with your GPU in ANY WAY is a suspicious app that should all be uninstalled. This is a GLITCH and NOT a software bug. Once you resolve the issue removing the offending software SETTINGS, you can just re-install the APP and it should work just fine.

I have had this EXACT issue with MSI Afterburner and after I resolved it, I put MSI AB right back on with no issues. It was just a saved parameter that needed to be removed.

Happy hunting! Report back please.
post #2132 of 7495
It was the amd raptr software that was causing this issue.
Now it's back to normal. Hope it doesn't show up again.
Thanks for assistance laithan thumb.gif
post #2133 of 7495
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It was the amd raptr software that was causing this issue.
Now it's back to normal. Hope it doesn't show up again.
Thanks for assistance laithan thumb.gif

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post #2134 of 7495
Hello. Why won't my voltage go over 1.256V? If I set my voltage offset to +35mV it goes up tto 1.275 but goes back to 1.256 after 10 sec and stays there and if I set the offset to something over +35mV the graphics driver crashes instantly when I start a game/benchmark. Does someone know what is going on?
post #2135 of 7495
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Originally Posted by yordan159753 View Post

Hello. Why won't my voltage go over 1.256V? If I set my voltage offset to +35mV it goes up tto 1.275 but goes back to 1.256 after 10 sec and stays there and if I set the offset to something over +35mV the graphics driver crashes instantly when I start a game/benchmark. Does someone know what is going on?

Need details. What gpu? What BIOS? etc.

Please provide GPU-z log of the activity.
post #2136 of 7495
It's a gtx 970 G1, I'm using the 970F3DD-MAX-UNLEASHED-REL1.1 bios. Can you tell me how to get the activity log? I've never done it before so I don't know how.
post #2137 of 7495
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It's a gtx 970 G1, I'm using the 970F3DD-MAX-UNLEASHED-REL1.1 bios. Can you tell me how to get the activity log? I've never done it before so I don't know how.

Just go to the sensors tab in GPU-Z and check the "log to file" (or similar" box. It will ask you to choose a directory to save the log file and then you're done. biggrin.gif

You might want to check the scan interval before starting the log. thumb.gif
post #2138 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Obyboby View Post

Just go to the sensors tab in GPU-Z and check the "log to file" (or similar" box. It will ask you to choose a directory to save the log file and then you're done. biggrin.gif

You might want to check the scan interval before starting the log. thumb.gif

^ Thanks

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Originally Posted by yordan159753 View Post

It's a gtx 970 G1, I'm using the 970F3DD-MAX-UNLEASHED-REL1.1 bios. Can you tell me how to get the activity log? I've never done it before so I don't know how.


Ok you'll want to max out both the power % and voltage sliders all the way when overclocking. That's all thumb.gif
post #2139 of 7495
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post


Hi Laithan - you may remember helping me with my 980 Ti overclock. I was a little disgruntled because I wasn't able to hit 1480 stable on your bios. I ended up returning the card - the refund is still 'being processed' - a ball ache to say the least, a month and counting..

Since returning the card - all that hoo ha about async compute was released. Now I'm on the fence. What are your (and those of others) thoughts on this? I am considering buying a 970 to keep me happy till Pascal or biting the bullet and getting a 980 ti again (hoping for a better result than the last one).

Only issue with the above is that we're at the mercy of Nvidia re. Pascal - will they release a full fat Pascal or scaled down version to begin with? When will they release it? Will there be logistical issues with HBM memory pushing back release dates? etc. etc.

Anyway - don't know if there are any thoughts on this? G1 970 now till March or G1 980 Ti now for the next 2 years.

RS
post #2140 of 7495
I think it'll be q3-q4 till pascal comes out. So if you can wait an year out, get a cheaper card otherwise get 980ti.
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