Guest Quinn1981 Posted February 22, 2008 Report Share Posted February 22, 2008 Well, it's not so much crazy as just annoying. I have an Asus G2S with the 8600M GT. It's be fabulous, but I recently needed a format and now with any driver I choose, I either get no automatic clock change (with the Asus ones I've noticed, that is, unless I change the power profile and it still stays at that clock) or one that changes too much the wrong way. Before, I had the full 3d clock which is like 475/700 and the lesser one, which was like 275/300. When I played 3d stuff, it stayed at the higher clock with no issue. Now, when I run 3d apps, it keeps trying to clock down and then bumps back up. This is obviously bad. Also, after coming from the top 3d clock down to the lower power 3d clock, it goes down to this normal 2d clock... which I wasn't aware existed. It's like 170/100. Aero basically runs like poo at this clock. I've got Vista 32 bit with SP1. This happened without SP1 after the format. I've used a driver cleaner and tried numerous driver versions. I'm not much of an expert on this and need some help. Also, clocking up the 2d clock doesn't fix anything as the clock tries to change in mid 3d mode. Also, I can't clock it high enough anyway. Any information would be helpful. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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