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post #11 of 20
Well as for the stuttering part, I'm glad you found the cause. Like I said, some stuttering might occur when using some kind of temp/performance monitoring (like GPU-Z). Everything freezes for a split second, and then tries to catch up. But never noticed this with AVG at my pc.
As for the downclocking part, I said I think it's a driver issue, but it doesn't have to be. Which drivers are you running? 266.58? And what other programs are loaded in the background when clocks don't go down? can you make a screenshot of these things? (i'm not an expert on this, but willing to help you find the answer)
Edit: what programs are you using for overclocking? e.g. Afterburner/Nvidia Inspector?
Edited by kakakakaka - 2/21/11 at 5:06pm
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Both of those anti virus programs suck. nod32 you have pay for it. Your not going to find a good free anti virus. You end up with more problems than what you had.
Dont use driver cleaner. Use Nvidia custom driver install option, clean install.

You can reinstall the same driver right from desk top.

Every card overclocks differently. Grid does stutter w only one card. It really needs two video cards in sli. Or you have to turn the graphic settings down. Grid needs a lot of power to turn all the settings on high. 1 -580 does not have enough video ram, for all high settings. 2GB +
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post #13 of 20
get gamebooster an remove all useless background processes an services while gaming
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post #14 of 20
Just take your card out and put his in. If the problem persists then it is driver related, if the problem stops, its your card and you would need to RMA it.
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as for the 3D clock and high idle temps when using 2 screens at the same time, i think it's a common problem with nvidia cards.
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I think I might have killed my 580.... using the OCP trick in GPU-z. So, please, be careful. I didn't use it at overclocked speed/voltage, at standard clocks... F***.. I started the ocp trick, then furmark, and in a matter of seconds, my pc dies. I hope this is just a power issue.. but I'm now running my pc on my 260 at pci-e x4 in 3rd slot with gtx580 in it... And the pc doesn't find my card... And I've flashed my bios, so returning it, might not give me a new one.. so think twice before u do those things, or you might loose 500 bucks...
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kakakakaka View Post
I think I might have killed my 580.... using the OCP trick in GPU-z. So, please, be careful. I didn't use it at overclocked speed/voltage, at standard clocks... F***.. I started the ocp trick, then furmark, and in a matter of seconds, my pc dies. I hope this is just a power issue.. but I'm now running my pc on my 260 at pci-e x4 in 3rd slot with gtx580 in it... And the pc doesn't find my card... And I've flashed my bios, so returning it, might not give me a new one.. so think twice before u do those things, or you might loose 500 bucks...
What trick? Sorry to hear that.
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Well, not so much a trick, since it doesn't bring me much enjoyment . 580's seem to have some sort of power throttle, especially used in Furmark, because this can draw a huge amount of power to the card. Therefore, Furmark doesn't work properly with GTX580. It doesn't affect games or other software, just Furmark and maybe some other benchmarking tool. But I wanted to test my card with furmark, at clock speeds, so, I disabled the throttling (is a new feature in GPU-Z). But after a couple of seconds, my pc died, instantly as if there was a power fail. So I'm hoping it is just my PSU, that just burned or something and not able to provide enough power to the card (the rest works, my 260 also works, but needs less power, with the 580 I needed 3 pci-e powercables. That's a lot... )
So, fingers crossed, my buddy is going to try the card in his pc.. Or else it might be the VRM...
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I have got a new one! for Free! All they said at the store was, okay, here you have a new one! Didn;t even bother to look. And now the fun part: this one runs much cooler somehow!
But as for this thread, any progress in the stuttering and downclocking part..?
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Umm give the guy a break, he's from Sweden. I'm always impressed on the Scandinavian understanding and grip on the English language. Imagine that you had to ask questions about your computer on a Swedish forum.
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