Covert Posted October 4, 2008 Report Share Posted October 4, 2008 Not sure, but my games haven't been downclocking and going really slow after extended plays. Find the large list of registry keys where you would normally disable powermizer in Regedit by searching for PerfLevelSrc. (Open a RUN box (Windows + R) and type regedit, then press Ctrl + F) Now just press E, or go to the keys that begin with E and you should find a few things with ENABLE before their name, namely: EnableCoreClowdown EnableMClkSlowdown EnableNVClkSlowdown I set the values of these to zero and restarted and games have no more sudden changes to bad framerate that I've noticed so far. So does what I found really work? or is it all in my head. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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