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This issue is present with the 358.87? Currently on 358.59 and all is well. WIll not update, thanks for reporting this.

Does the card run higher clocks at idle causing the increase in temps? It should be at 135Mhz in desktop.

My idle temps are 29/32c but clocks are 912/3505 almost the whole time while idle. My temps have maxed out now to 66c (down from 72 yesterday) after a while gaming, but both the clock speeds and max temps seem high to me.
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Yes. Seems like the downclocking problem is back again. The cards should clock down to 135mhz at idle frown.gif

Mine's used to do it sometimes on an older driver but sometimes it wouldn't so pretty random. Will put off updating to these.
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Do you or anyone else know what paste they use from the factory? Or cure times maybe? My older unlocked 290 never was above 56 in this same loop. I did just install the card and replaced the water so maybe there is air stuck somewhere. Weird that the cpu is at its norm temp.aube air in the gpu block?


I recommend IC Diamond thermal paste. It's as good or better than Arctic Silver 5.
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Originally Posted by skkane View Post

Yes. Seems like the downclocking problem is back again. The cards should clock down to 135mhz at idle frown.gif

Mine's used to do it sometimes on an older driver but sometimes it wouldn't so pretty random. Will put off updating to these.


Edited by HAL900 - 11/8/15 at 11:47am
post #9326 of 16147
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Yes. Seems like the downclocking problem is back again. The cards should clock down to 135mhz at idle frown.gif

Mine's used to do it sometimes on an older driver but sometimes it wouldn't so pretty random. Will put off updating to these.

Down clocking to 135 no problem here using the latest 358.87 drivers.

If you're using 144hz, that's why it won't downclock and Nvidia will be addressing that in an upcoming driver.
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No problem but my opinion slow to 135mhz
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Cool. Maybe the people with increased temps have max performance set in nv ctrl panel, causing the increased clocks / temps / or 144hz as you said.

It would be nice if they could fix the >120hz "bug" but i read somewhere that only for pascal they will do it. Current owners being stuck to 120hz, which is no big deal IMO.
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Hi all! First PNY here - I think or at least I didn't see anyone post it in the OP document section. Anyways, this thing is amaze-balls and out performs my SLI GTX 670 set up with stock clocks and out does the previous setup even more with just a slight overclock. I actually like how the sealed reference card looks as well as the fact that hot air is not being released into my case like with other after market coolers. I'm aware of how much cooler a GPU can run with aftermarket coolers, but I prefer over all cooling for all my components.


    
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Any one had any issues with downclocking on 4k resolutions?

For some reason my cards don't downclock on 2d at 4k resolutions?
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