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GTX 465 core clock and memory clock running really low

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I just bought a GTX 465 yesterday and installed it with the drivers on the cd, after that, i updated them with the 266.58 drivers and since then, the core clock has been running erratically at between 50 MHz and 607 MHz, when it is supposed to be running at just 607 MHz, the Memory clock is doing the same thing, the shader clock is pretty low too. was wondering if this is normal for the clocks to go down when not doing anything graphically intensive or if there is a problem.

attached is a sensor log from GPU Z

Thanks in advance guys, this is my first fermi card and im upgrading from a 9800GTX I bought two for SLI but am waiting for a bigger power supply before I SLI both of them.
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They are supposed to change depending on what you are doing. If you're just web browsing ect ect they scale down to save power and temperature. If you are using a 3D application they should be at max. I believe this is called active phase changing if i'm correct. If you have cpu-z click on graphics and it should have pull down with the settings. 2d, 3d.
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Oh ok! I was just wondering if it was normal. I don't kno too much about the fermi cards and was coming from a 9800 GTX that was running full all the time. I am aware that my 465's have the black PCB and both have 10 RAM chips so i can turn them into 470's with a simple bios flash
    
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Oh ok! I was just wondering if it was normal. I don't kno too much about the fermi cards and was coming from a 9800 GTX that was running full all the time. I am aware that my 465's have the black PCB and both have 10 RAM chips so i can turn them into 470's with a simple bios flash
No problem. If it doesn't stay at max settings with a 3d application open thats the only time to be concerned.
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No problem. If it doesn't stay at max settings with a 3d application open thats the only time to be concerned.
It does bounce up to around 407 MHz while im playing COD 4 but that game isn't that intensive, I'll see what happens with Crysis settings maxed.
    
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whoops...... still doesn't scale back up :/
Edited by KAPP_56 - 3/4/11 at 7:00pm
    
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