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Using the same software too.It just stays at 405 instead of 203 and i do not know why it changed if it really did

i'll give an educated guess and say the driver is causing the difference in the power state (pstate). looking at my bios the clock speed is the same but ddr is different between P08 and P05. i wouldn't be surprised if its from them "fixing" the pstates for SLI/ multi monitor set ups.

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Do you mean that yours also stays at 135/405? I read in some review thats its supposed to stay on 135/203 thats why i ask
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i'll give an educated guess and say the driver is causing the difference in the power state (pstate). looking at my bios the clock speed is the same but ddr is different between P08 and P05. i wouldn't be surprised if its from them "fixing" the pstates for SLI/ multi monitor set ups.
eh, msi reads it differently, but the speed is the same.
for example: afterburner shows my vram running 3505MHz is games, GPU-Z is showing my vram is running 1753MHz. The effective speed is 7010MHz.
same as right now afterburner is showing 405MHz on my vram in idle but GPU-Z is showing 202.5MHz at the same time.
afterburner multiplies by two,gpu-z multiplies by four. in both cases your memory is running 810MHz actually, not 405 or 203.
Edited by Klocek001 - 1/30/16 at 11:46pm
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I replaced my triple sli setup (gtx580's)

And i must say, I'm impressed
The raw power of this thing is nuts...

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eh, msi reads it differently, but the speed is the same.
for example: afterburner shows my vram running 3505MHz is games, GPU-Z is showing my vram is running 1753MHz. The effective speed is 7010MHz.
same as right now afterburner is showing 405MHz on my vram in idle but GPU-Z is showing 202.5MHz at the same time.
afterburner multiplies by two,gpu-z multiplies by four. in both cases your memory is running 810MHz actually, not 405 or 203.

ah, thanks i missed that detail AB vs GPU-Z


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eh, msi reads it differently, but the speed is the same.
for example: afterburner shows my vram running 3505MHz is games, GPU-Z is showing my vram is running 1753MHz. The effective speed is 7010MHz.
same as right now afterburner is showing 405MHz on my vram in idle but GPU-Z is showing 202.5MHz at the same time.
afterburner multiplies by two,gpu-z multiplies by four. in both cases your memory is running 810MHz actually, not 405 or 203.

THANKS klocek for the info. i will keep that in mind also. afterburn x 2 always smile.gif
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Just checked it on GPU-Z and it says 405mhz there too.I even reverted drivers and it wont change...I did not install anything different for a background app to run so i dont really know why it happened...It still stays at 30c idle but it is kinda weird....
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Just checked it on GPU-Z and it says 405mhz there too.I even reverted drivers and it wont change...I did not install anything different for a background app to run so i dont really know why it happened...It still stays at 30c idle but it is kinda weird....
what does afterburner show? is that a new gpu-z version?
mine shows 405MHz too from time to time, your PC won't be at idle clock all the time even it seems to be doing nothing. try checking the minimum reading.

Edited by Klocek001 - 1/31/16 at 1:41am
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GPU-Z 0.8.6 still 135/405 at minimum and afterburner is the same.The thing is weird because it just happened suddenly.I virus checked in case sth is using it but it only shows memory controller load 3%.I also checked and for some reason it stays in P8 power state and it never goes to P12
Edited by zednor - 1/31/16 at 2:46am
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Quick question, I have the Evga 980ti SC oced to 1400mhz. I noticed while playing Rise of the Tomb Raider that my temp reaches 72-70c and somewhere around there my boost clocks drops from 1400mhz to around 1387mhz. Not a huge drop really but is this type of throttling normal for these cards? Should I be trying to keep it cooler? 72c don't seem very hot.
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Quick question, I have the Evga 980ti SC oced to 1400mhz. I noticed while playing Rise of the Tomb Raider that my temp reaches 72-70c and somewhere around there my boost clocks drops from 1400mhz to around 1387mhz. Not a huge drop really but is this type of throttling normal for these cards? Should I be trying to keep it cooler? 72c don't seem very hot.

yes that's normal. you can read here how to get rid of that :
http://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1445972

pay attention specifically to the Unlock volt regulator --- Only for 980 Ti / Titanium X users need spoiler (yeah, you need to translate the page . .)
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