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well its not really a "gpu-z problem", its more a "when gpu-z is closed problem" i have 2 5870's in xfire both with the asus bios, and when i close gpu-z the clocks get out of whack on the second one, and when i open it back up, everything is normal, it shows it in msi afterburner as well! when i have gpu-z open the idle clocks are normal, i have tried many different drivers from 10.10-11.2 and i am having the same problem.... i have tried disabling unlp in the registry (i believe thats what it is) sooo ya prictures are attached

edit: also noticed that when the clocks are up to 850/1200 on the second gpu and its idling the voltage stays at 0.949, which is the voltage for the idle clocks....
Edited by twich12 - 3/1/11 at 12:00pm
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