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Geforce go 7950 gtx clocks down, can't clock up?


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My geforce go 7950 seems to clock down to 100 mhz core/memory when I have had the computer in sleep mode or something probably related to that. The thing is, I can't clock it up again. NVIDIA MonitorView says core/mem clocks are 100 mhz and games are running REALLY slow. Tried to clock up in the NVIDIA control panel, but when I click accept nothing happens. My thoughts are that it is some kind of power saving stuff, but can't find anything that works.

Help me! dont wanna turn of the computer all the time :)

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My geforce go 7950 seems to clock down to 100 mhz core/memory when I have had the computer in sleep mode or something probably related to that. The thing is, I can't clock it up again. NVIDIA MonitorView says core/mem clocks are 100 mhz and games are running REALLY slow. Tried to clock up in the NVIDIA control panel, but when I click accept nothing happens. My thoughts are that it is some kind of power saving stuff, but can't find anything that works.

Help me! dont wanna turn of the computer all the time :)

Hi, man i have excatly the same problem. I have XPS M1710 and recently upgraded to Windows 7. When i installed RivaTuner it kept showing me that the clock on my GPU are 100Mhz. I tried reinstalling all the drivers. but didnt help.

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Tried to disable/switch off PowerMizer?

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Yes, i did. Still downclocks. It seems that its the temperature sensors are confused. When it is on 100Mhz temperatures are 265C. Sometimes it goes down to 8C and thats the moment when the clock are running 600/575Mhz as the should.

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It seems that its the temperature sensors are confused. When it is on 100Mhz temperatures are 265C. Sometimes it goes down to 8C and thats the moment when the clock are running 600/575Mhz as the should.

Quite an understatement....crazy values :)

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