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#1 iponu

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Posted 24 June 2016 - 05:13 PM

Been having this problem for 2 months now any I want to pull out my hair. Whenever I play a game, the screen freezes for a split second every 5 seconds or so. I've tried everything

Specs.. specs: gtx 980 evga sc acx 2.0, 16gb ddr4, intel i7-5820k, msi x99s gaming 7 corsiar 1000w psu, win 10

The only thing I can image being a problem is. While watching my cpu on HWMonitor, every few seconds the Voltage VID goes from .738V then to 1.022V. Then my GPU Voltage VIN0 is usually at .843V



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Posted 24 June 2016 - 06:17 PM

GPU Voltage allow the clock speed of the GPU to be dynamically changed this allows the GPU to meet the instantaneous performance needs of the operation being performed, while minimizing power draw and heat generation.  Setting Power management mode from "Adaptive" to "Maximum Performance" can improve performance in certain applications when the GPU is throttling the clock speeds incorrectly.  To change this setting, with your mouse, right-click over the Windows desktop and select "NVIDIA Control Panel" -> from the NVIDIA Control Panel, select the "Manage 3D settings" from the left column -> click on the Power management mode drop down box and select "Prefer Maximum Performance".  Click over the "Apply" button at the bottom of the panel to apply the changes.

Install latest graphic card driver you can download the latest driver from graphic card manufacturer website. If latest graphic card driver already installed the this driver could be buggy install the previous version of graphic card driver.


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Posted 25 June 2016 - 10:25 AM

Unfortunately this didn't fix it.

 

GPU Voltage allow the clock speed of the GPU to be dynamically changed this allows the GPU to meet the instantaneous performance needs of the operation being performed, while minimizing power draw and heat generation.  Setting Power management mode from "Adaptive" to "Maximum Performance" can improve performance in certain applications when the GPU is throttling the clock speeds incorrectly.  To change this setting, with your mouse, right-click over the Windows desktop and select "NVIDIA Control Panel" -> from the NVIDIA Control Panel, select the "Manage 3D settings" from the left column -> click on the Power management mode drop down box and select "Prefer Maximum Performance".  Click over the "Apply" button at the bottom of the panel to apply the changes.

Install latest graphic card driver you can download the latest driver from graphic card manufacturer website. If latest graphic card driver already installed the this driver could be buggy install the previous version of graphic card driver.



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Posted 26 June 2016 - 12:15 PM

Run a  graphic card stability test follow the instructions at below website.

 

 

FurMark Video Stress Test

http://www.carrona.org/furmark.html


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