On a guide about a month old in this forum, someone said:
"I turned on the OSD in rivatuner, so that I could make sure that the clocks I set were being run. EVGA Precision tuner has a similar OSD feature that can be used. The reason for this is that Nvidia cards have a feature that will automatically down clock the graphics card clocks if they are too high."
He says overclocking speeds will revert to stock speeds when stressing gpu unless you apply his settings to riva tunner. Is this true? If so then I should use rivatunner instead of precision and use his configuration instructions as outlined on link I provided in the first part of his thread before he actually get's to overclocking? And what is OSD? I thought I could just use precision and change the fan/clock speeds and be done with it. Are his settings he makes before changing clock speeds important to do?
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