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Heaven blacks out, power drops in sensors, but clock is stable?

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I am overclocking my MSI GTX 770 Lightening like so:



After a while, Heaven has a black screen moment for a second or so, then resumes, I look at the stats and I see :



It seems the power drops at that point, but the clocks remain stable, what does this mean? At core 100 Mhz this did not happen.

EDIT:
My bad, I realized that the clocks didn't drop as I had left KBOOST on in EVGA Precision. I disabled that, and the clock did drop this time, I have also enabled a couple more stats which change, still a driver issue?


Edited by mohasi - 6/14/16 at 5:20pm
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The driver is crashing and restoring itself. Unstable OC.
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Sounds like your overclock is causing your drivers to hiccough. Make sure you are using the latest drivers. If so try lowering your memory or core clock independently and see if one or the other fixes the issue.
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