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2019/10/21 12:26:45 (permalink)
Hi, been using a evga 1080ti ftw3 card for about a year now. Just wanting to know if my idle temps are okay im currently at 43 degrees idle with a gpu clock speed of 1480mhz and a memory clock of 5508. I wanted to underclock my gpy to lower the clock speeds using Nvida inspector that work but caused stuttering issues. 
Wondering if all my clock speeds at idle are good along with the gpu temps ?

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    Sajin
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 13:22:13 (permalink)
    Looks ok to me.

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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 14:18:00 (permalink)
    What is your Monitor refresh rate & display resolution ?

    Room Temps ?
     
    43 C is fine

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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 15:05:02 (permalink)
    i have three monitors 
    1440p 165hz 
    60hz monitors x2 
    So there is nothing to worry about. Note when unplugging the 165hz monitor the clock speed goes down
    Room temps at the time of screenshot are 25 c 
    Is there any way i can reduce the core clock and memory clock or this normal and nothing to worry about ?
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 15:37:05 (permalink)
    Set that 165 MHz monitor to 120 MHz or less
     
     
     
    With Precision X1 or other OC software:
       - Set a (- Number) in the GPU or RAM to force lower clocks
       - lower the Target Power below 100%

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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 15:57:56 (permalink)
    setting a lower refresh rate does nothing. I can lower the clock speed to 1278 from 1480 is there any way or lowering anymore? Or should I not bother and let my clock speed idle at those clock speeds, just wondering if this normal and nothing that will effective the life of my gpu
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 16:16:39 (permalink)
    Cool GTX
    Set that 165 MHz monitor to 120 MHz or less
     
     
     
    With Precision X1 or other OC software:
       - Set a (- Number) in the GPU or RAM to force lower clocks
       - lower the Target Power below 100%


    Doing everything you said, setting the monitor to 120hz and changing the number to -mhz of gpu clock offset my gpu clock speed has lowered to 746mhz and memory has changed to 810mhz this seems to have fixed it. Only problem i dont want my monitor to be 120hz or is this the only way to lower the clock speed in idle. Is there any other easier way of underclocking gpu for idle use ?
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 17:31:05 (permalink)
    746/810 still isn't as low as it should be. Better yes, but still not where it should be + you'll have to mess with the clocks and power target everytime you want to do something other than idle. I'd just leave it running normally unless you're trying to save power, and don't mind adjusting the setings each time you want to do something other than idle.

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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/21 17:54:08 (permalink)
    Put Nvidia Control Panel In Adaptive ... Not Performance mode 

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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/22 06:37:43 (permalink)
    Thanks for the help guys just going to leave the clock speed where it is even idle because it was giving me other issues such as screen tearing when the clock speed drops all of a sudden from 1569mhz to 746mhz. The only other benefits were a few degrees cooler but caused more issues when underclocking. 
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/22 07:59:37 (permalink)
    if you are running 3 monitors, you need to install nvidia inspector and activate multi gpu power saver. that will get your clocks to drop to under 300. look for you tube videos on power saver setup.
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    Re: EVGA 1080TI High Gpu mem/clock speeds 2019/10/22 11:26:35 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the help guys just going to leave the clock speed where it is even idle because it was giving me other issues such as screen tearing when the clock speed drops all of a sudden from 1569mhz to 746mhz. The only other benefits were a few degrees cooler but caused more issues when underclocking. 




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