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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/03/18 20:20:16 (permalink)
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Ya not sure where issue is at, only thing i can maybe think of is when i reinstalled windows i copied my App Data folder back over, idk if precision has any settings it stores in app folder but ya. Had a issue before with a game when i did that so thought maybe it might be that. oh well, will mess around more tomorrow after work, gonna zzz now but ty for help man, will keep at it and see.


No problem. Let me know how it goes.


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/03/19 19:33:16 (permalink)
Ya no luck so far, only thing i can do rly is just use the idle.bat when not gonna be gaming and if i game i have to restart pc for it to go back to normal but id like to have it constant in games cuz im sure there a slight stutter when it has to crank up from action on screen or something that requires all of the GPU. Bitter sweet i guess lol.

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/03/19 22:56:43 (permalink)
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Ya not sure where issue is at, only thing i can maybe think of is when i reinstalled windows i copied my App Data folder back over, idk if precision has any settings it stores in app folder but ya. Had a issue before with a game when i did that so thought maybe it might be that. oh well, will mess around more tomorrow after work, gonna zzz now but ty for help man, will keep at it and see.


Did you try using some of the older drivers yet?


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/03/26 16:53:29 (permalink)
awesome thanks for the info.
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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/03/29 10:51:28 (permalink)
I'm having the same "flickering" issues when running the "Force Idle.bat" file. This "flickering" basically turns my monitor all white, with no way to do anything. Luckily, I have the boost file hotkeyed to my keyboard, so I can run it without needing to restart my PC. Everything seems fine when the "Force Constant Boost.bat" file is running.
This issue started when I updated my nVidia drivers to 335.23 WHQL. When I do a system restore, and go back to the old drivers (I believe they are the 332.21 WHQL drivers) everything runs like it's suppose to.
 
I'm running 3 Titans is SLI with Windows 8.1 64-bit.
 
This is what's in my "Force Idle.bat" flie:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,8
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:1,8
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:2,8
 
This is what's in my "Force Constant Boost.bat" flie:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,16
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:1,16
"C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:2,16
 
Any ideas how I can get the "Force Idle.bat" file to run without the flickering?
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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2014/05/15 14:44:04 (permalink)
Does anyone know how to create a single batch file that will toggle idle/boost states?
I'm adding them to my desktop context menu with Right Click Context Menu Adder. This method will prevent the cmd prompt from appearing at all! In case anyone's interested... here's the link.
askvg.com/right-click-context-menu-adder-free-utility-to-add-program-shortcut-in-windows-7-desktop-context-menu/

 
Navigate to your nvidiaInspector.exe directory. Open a new .txt file there. Paste this
@echo off

start "" "C:\Program Files\Nvidia Inspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,16 -setVoltageOffset:0,0,187500

exit
Edit the path so it points to your nvidia inspector.exe. Save & Exit. Rename it to "GPU Boost.cmd".
 
Create another new .txt file. Paste this
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
WshShell.Run chr(34) & "C:\Program Files\Nvidia Inspector\gpu boost.cmd" & Chr(34), 0
Set WshShell = Nothing
Edit the path so it points to the GPU Boost.cmd you just made. Save & Exit. Rename it to "GPU Boost.vbs".
 
Follow the instructions on the context menu adder site to add GPU Boost.vbs to your context menu.
 
Rinse and repeat to add GPU Idle as well.
GPU Idle.cmd
@echo off

start "" "C:\Program Files\Nvidia Inspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,8

exit

GPU Idle.vbs
Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
WshShell.Run chr(34) & "C:\Program Files\Nvidia Inspector\gpu idle.cmd" & Chr(34), 0
Set WshShell = Nothing

 
 Voila! That's it!
post edited by ixfingerzxi - 2014/05/15 16:47:42
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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/18 21:53:18 (permalink)
Hey Sajin, just now finally got around to testing this, works kinda. It idles down to 405 mhz, im assuming its a setting i need to change some where as my normal idle is 135mhz and when i hit the boost bat, it boosts up to 1291, and my normal boost is over 1500mhz, i think uh, 1525 or somewhere around there. So how do i tweak it to fit those normal idle/boost clocks? Im sure its obvious but ya idk lol. 

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/19 22:21:33 (permalink)
Hm even when i change the settings in nvdia inspector, soon as i restart the pc the settings revert to 405mhz :/ oi i cant win. lol

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/20 14:11:26 (permalink)
405MHz is the lowest you can get it to idle when forcing PState 8 (idle) unless you change the PState 8 clocks to lower than 405MHz. To restore boost after using the idle.bat simply restart the display driver using nvidia inspector by creating another .bat file. "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -restartdisplaydriver should do it. 


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/20 16:45:44 (permalink)
Ya i manually changed the settings to make em idle at 135 and it works till i restart pc, so assuming no way to make it save during a restart on the force idle part eh? And ill try the display restart bat also. 

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/21 04:40:43 (permalink)
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Ya i manually changed the settings to make em idle at 135 and it works till i restart pc, so assuming no way to make it save during a restart on the force idle part eh? And ill try the display restart bat also. 


Yes, there is a way... "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -setgpuclock:0,0,135 -forcepstate:0,8 should do it.


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2015/04/21 11:02:54 (permalink)
Alright very nice, I'll def do that when I get off work, thanks for the help once again man. Really appreciate it.

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/03 21:07:19 (permalink)
Welp im back again with new issue...lol. I recently didnt have to use the bat files since pc seemed to finally auto downclock correctly once i exited a game but noticed now neither bat file no longer downclocks or boost when used, i havent reinstalled windows or changed anything. Clock stays 1291 ( not my max OC btw ) but difference this time is i know what program is causing it but it wasnt causing this problem not even hour or so ago and that is skype. 
 
Skype use to do this but it seemed to of fixed itself before but now its back to making my gpu usage high for some unknown reason, soon as i close skype it idles back down to 135. So i mean technically i dont need the bat files to work if i can figure out why skype is now causing this issue again, i checked for update and there was one so i updated but still no luck. Dont even think i fixed it before it just started downclocking right way.
 
So figure i try to use the idle.bat file i used before which i never got rid of and stays on desktop and checked the line of code when opened to make sure it matched and everything is good, quite confused to why it dont work so got any ideas this time lol? Maybe something in inspector i need to do maybe? Been awhile so little iffy on messing with anything in there.

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/03 22:40:25 (permalink)
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Welp im back again with new issue...lol. I recently didnt have to use the bat files since pc seemed to finally auto downclock correctly once i exited a game but noticed now neither bat file no longer downclocks or boost when used, i havent reinstalled windows or changed anything. Clock stays 1291 ( not my max OC btw ) but difference this time is i know what program is causing it but it wasnt causing this problem not even hour or so ago and that is skype. 
 
Skype use to do this but it seemed to of fixed itself before but now its back to making my gpu usage high for some unknown reason, soon as i close skype it idles back down to 135. So i mean technically i dont need the bat files to work if i can figure out why skype is now causing this issue again, i checked for update and there was one so i updated but still no luck. Dont even think i fixed it before it just started downclocking right way.
 
So figure i try to use the idle.bat file i used before which i never got rid of and stays on desktop and checked the line of code when opened to make sure it matched and everything is good, quite confused to why it dont work so got any ideas this time lol? Maybe something in inspector i need to do maybe? Been awhile so little iffy on messing with anything in there.


I don't use the .bat files anymore as well. Reason for not using them is because they don't work correctly with newer cards. The newer drivers are most likely causing the .bat files to not work correctly for you if you're still running the same card. Make sure power management mode inside the nvidia control panel is set to adaptive under global settings. If you have power management mode set to prefer maximum performance your card will run at higher clocks speeds when skype is open.


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 16:18:20 (permalink)
Ya i double checked everything and just realized its not just skype for some reason. Skype, VLC, and even my razer synapse program all cause gpu to go up to 1291. And u probably right about the bat files not working because of newer drivers because nothing has changed.
 
So guess the question is why all of a sudden these programs make the gpu go up? Razer always auto starts with windows and gpu was never high, i was always on skype and wasnt high and i use VLC every day religiously and it was never effecting gpu, it was before but i had to turn off a setting, some gpu accel setting and instantly fixed it, that setting is still off but ya. Not sure what is going on now and quite confused to why it just randomly started effecting all these programs. Technically its not hurting gpu but it does make it idle at a higher temp which just urks me honestly and confused to why this even started now yesterday. 

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 16:26:50 (permalink)
Give driver 347.88 a try to see if it makes any difference.


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 16:53:35 (permalink)
Well got a update for ya, i was looking for that program driver sweeper but came across i guess a new version of it called Display Driver Cleaner or something and so downloaded that and uninstalled current driver then ran that program/restarted then reinstalled current driver and all seems fixed now...Least so far anyway. Idk if i can post the link to program but ya, it seems to of fixed issue so far. 

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 16:55:30 (permalink)
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Well got a update for ya, i was looking for that program driver sweeper but came across i guess a new version of it called Display Driver Cleaner or something and so downloaded that and uninstalled current driver then ran that program/restarted then reinstalled current driver and all seems fixed now...Least so far anyway. Idk if i can post the link to program but ya, it seems to of fixed issue so far. 





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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 17:04:49 (permalink)
:) ty again for always coming here and replying and helping as always though. 

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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 17:23:50 (permalink)
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:) ty again for always coming here and replying and helping as always though. 


No problem. 


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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 18:28:27 (permalink)
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:) ty again for always coming here and replying and helping as always though. 




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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/04 19:04:47 (permalink)
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:) ty again for always coming here and replying and helping as always though. 




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Re:600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2016/05/07 03:43:28 (permalink)
Alright so little bit of a update and post might be tad long but could help other ppl and make the bat files obsolite ( at least for downclocking, not keeping full throttle custom clocks ).  So sadly the issue came back and was like wth...So i been debating on installing win 10 but took the plunge since some games are win 10 only so installed it and got mostly everything setup and well...problem happened on win 10. Was quite confused as again i found out Skype, Razer Synapsese ( spelt wrong ) would make clock rise up. Sat there just thinking and googling and came across a article by luck that actually fixed my problem completely thankfully.
 
So here is the article i came across > http://pcgamesbeat.blogspot.com/2012/08/enable-power-saving-mode-on-nvidia-gpus.html
This instantly fixed my issue untill i rebooted but simple fix is after u do everything in that guide and make sure its idle at 135, Right click on Create Clocks Shortcut and go to Create Startup Task. Will ensure its applied when pc is rebooted/shutdown. Otherwise for some reason it only downclocks to 405mhz. And the way the Threshold works is say u open a program that uses the gpu slightly and u have threshold at say 10% and program uses 11, it will activate ur normal clockspeeds. 30% seems like a good number to trigger the clocks when starting a game but some might vary. 
 
So just posting this as info for someone to use and see since i know some ppl still rely on batfiles or have trouble with the downclocks. Never knew those features were in the Inspector so there ya go :p
 
P.S. Them 1080s though.....hypeeeeeeeeeeeee. 
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Re: 600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2018/03/01 14:41:30 (permalink)
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Want max performance when gaming? NVIDIA getting you down by downclocking & throttling your GPUs? No Problem. Here is the FIX!

#1 Download and Install EVGA Precision X v3.0.4, NVIDIA Inspector v1.9.6.6, & WinRAR 4.20 to desktop. (Install WinRAR 4.20 First, then Precision, lastly NVIDIA Inspector.)
- http://www.evga.com/Drive....zip&survey=13.0.4
- http://download.orbmu2k.de/download.php?id=51
- http://www.rarlab.com/rar/winrar-x64-420.exe

#2 Run Winrar-x64-420.exe and follow the instructions on the screen and install WinRAR to wherever you like.

#3 After installing WinRAR 4.20, proceed to installing EVGA Precision X by extracting EVGAPrecisionX.zip to desktop.
- Right click on EVGAPrecisionX.zip on the desktop and select "Extract to EVGAPrecisionX\" (The folder EVGAPrecisionX should have been created and placed onto your desktop.)
- Open the EVGAPrecisionX folder and run the EVGA_PrecisionX_Setup_304.exe, follow the instructions on the screen and install Precision wherever you like.

#4 Install NVIDIA Inspector.
- Right click on NvidiaInspector.zip on the desktop and select "Extract files...", Extract to Destination Path "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiaInspector" without quotes.
- Press OK to start the extraction.

#5 Run EVGA Precision X
- Select Configuration at the top right. (Looks like two gears inside a watch) and select the General Tab, check mark "Start with Windows", Press OK to exit Config.
- Select the Adjust Voltage button, Raise voltage to 1175mv & Enable K-Boost then hit Apply. (If using SLI, please disable SLI prior to enabling this feature, you can re-enable SLI once system is rebooted.) Reboot... Enable SLI If needed.

#6 Open EVGA Precision and notice that now your boost clock is running at a constant speed. :) (Of course you don't want to run like this at all times so proceed to step #7)

#7 Create Force Idle & Force Constant Boost .bat files for Nvidia Inspector. (These two .bat files will allow to to idle down your GPU Boost & Voltage or set it back to Constant Boost & Max Voltage as needed.)
- Open 2x Notepad (Click Start and type in Notepad and hit Enter.) <<Do this twice.
- Copy and Paste this... "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,8 into your first Notepad, Save AS... Force Idle.bat and save to Desktop.
- Copy and Paste this... "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:0,16 -setVoltageOffset:0,0,187500 into your second Notepad, Save AS... Force Constant Boost.bat and save to Desktop.

The Force Idle & Force Constant Boost.bat files may need to include extra lines for multi GPUs. e.g. You would have to add "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:1,8 to the idle.bat & "C:\Program Files (x86)\nvidiainspector\nvidiaInspector.exe" -forcepstate:1,16 -setVoltageOffset:1,0,187500 to the constant.bat for a 2nd gpu for SLI.

Don't forget to add the Force Idle.bat to your system startup folder, this will ensure that your card or cards automatically idle every time you startup or reboot your machine without you having to click the Force Idle.bat every time on the desktop. 

Congratulations no more downclocking or throttling. Can we go higher than our stock boost clocks? YEP. Can we still OC? YEP, just change your GPU offset to whatever you like and make sure to test for stability.



hello i saw this kboost post but i have sli 1080 i fallow ever thing you post but it don;t work i ues  -forcepstate:1,8    -forcepstate:1,16 -setVoltageOffset:1,0,187500 idk about the voltageoffset i din;t mess with it with evga persion tool it has 100% but the voltage din;t chagne

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Re: 600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2018/03/01 16:33:34 (permalink)
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hello i saw this kboost post but i have sli 1080 i fallow ever thing you post but it don;t work i ues  -forcepstate:1,8    -forcepstate:1,16 -setVoltageOffset:1,0,187500 idk about the voltageoffset i din;t mess with it with evga persion tool it has 100% but the voltage din;t chagne


This post is almost 6 years old.... everything has changed and this post had nothing to do with 1080’s. Would be far better if you went to the 1000 series forums and read up on new cards rather than trying to use a post from a time when these cards weren’t even a dream yet.

https://forums.evga.com/E...ce-10-Series-f103.aspx This is the 2016-current threads, look through there or ask for help.
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Re: 600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2018/03/01 17:17:43 (permalink)
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scarface_810
hello i saw this kboost post but i have sli 1080 i fallow ever thing you post but it don;t work i ues  -forcepstate:1,8    -forcepstate:1,16 -setVoltageOffset:1,0,187500 idk about the voltageoffset i din;t mess with it with evga persion tool it has 100% but the voltage din;t chagne


This post is almost 6 years old.... everything has changed and this post had nothing to do with 1080’s. Would be far better if you went to the 1000 series forums and read up on new cards rather than trying to use a post from a time when these cards weren’t even a dream yet.

https://forums.evga.com/E...ce-10-Series-f103.aspx This is the 2016-current threads, look through there or ask for help.

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Re: 600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2018/03/12 16:47:30 (permalink)
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Want max performance when gaming? NVIDIA getting you down by downclocking & throttling your GPUs? No Problem. Here is the FIX!

#1 Download and Install EVGA Precision X v3.0.4, NVIDIA Inspector v1.9.6.6, & WinRAR 4.20 to desktop. (Install WinRAR 4.20 First, then Precision, lastly NVIDIA Inspector.)
- http://www.evga.com/Drive....zip&survey=13.0.4
- http://download.orbmu2k.de/download.php?id=51
- http://www.rarlab.com/rar/winrar-x64-420.exe 



Congratulations no more downclocking or throttling. Can we go higher than our stock boost clocks? YEP. Can we still OC? YEP, just change your GPU offset to whatever you like and make sure to test for stability.



Nice one, is that still applies few years later? Or new drivers fixed that?
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Re: 600 Series Downclocking & Throttling Fix 2018/03/12 18:56:11 (permalink)
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Sajin
Want max performance when gaming? NVIDIA getting you down by downclocking & throttling your GPUs? No Problem. Here is the FIX!

#1 Download and Install EVGA Precision X v3.0.4, NVIDIA Inspector v1.9.6.6, & WinRAR 4.20 to desktop. (Install WinRAR 4.20 First, then Precision, lastly NVIDIA Inspector.)
- http://www.evga.com/Drive....zip&survey=13.0.4
- http://download.orbmu2k.de/download.php?id=51
- http://www.rarlab.com/rar/winrar-x64-420.exe 



Congratulations no more downclocking or throttling. Can we go higher than our stock boost clocks? YEP. Can we still OC? YEP, just change your GPU offset to whatever you like and make sure to test for stability.



Nice one, is that still applies few years later? Or new drivers fixed that?


Read posts #109 to #138.


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