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Originally Posted by tps3443 View Post

I would use DDU, select clean drivers and restart option, keep the Titan in your computer.

Then reinstall latest Titan x drivers.

Do you have a 2015 titan X? Or a new 2016 pascal Titan X?

Both are completely different video cards, and do not share the same drivers.

If this does not fix it, I'd reinstall Windows 7 X64.

Simple troubleshooting, will get this Titan X running good again. Temps, drivers, seated properly in pci-E, incorrect drivers, bad OS. Not enough system memory?

You could have a virus, and some one is mining with your Titan X and pegging it to full 100% load at idle.

I was the first one to reply to this thread and I suggested DDU and the op tried it with no luck.
problem was still the same. although I believe he as since made some other changes that helped.
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