Cool GTXTurn Off OSD -- does it get Better ? Turn Off - Hardware Monitoring (or reduce what your monitoring) - does this Help ?
MrEWhiteI'm running an RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra and a i7 8086k with 16GB of RAM @ 3600 MHz. Now, when I close Precision X1, my games are almost perfectly smooth. But, when I open it, there is a regular stutter every few seconds. How do I fix this? MSI Afterburner doesn't cause this issue to occur, but I can't control my fan curve properly. Here is a video demonstrating my issue: https://youtu.be/uaJRHicwveQIgnore the spikes from me starting Precision and alt tabbing out and back in.
dsublettHow do you turn off all hardware monitoring in x1?
Cool GTXdsublettHow do you turn off all hardware monitoring in x1?GlobalFrom the right side of X1 -- "HWM button" should be off - click on it to cycle Off/On -- then Apply -- then SaveTo only change what is monitoredClick the Heart Icon on the top of X1Select the GPU Number --- from drop down -- select what hardware you want monitored
FratoxAnd I tried also to OC with MSi Afterburner but with this program, only 1 fan is ON :/
ee11vv22gg33aa44 Honestly, save yourself the trouble and set the fans to a manual percentage (as cool gtx suggested) and close any EVGA gpu software to avoid stuttering.
MeowMeowTigerI noticed that whenever I closed PX1 (usually by mistake when I was trying to minimize it), all fans stopped spinning. It seems the fan setting is stored within the software so if the software is closed, the setting is reverted back to the default setting in the BIOS. Also, if the software is closed, will the overclock settings continue to be applied? My understanding is that those settings are also stored with the software.. However, the RGB setting seems to be stored on the hardware. After I closed the PX1 the RGB continues to work. ee11vv22gg33aa44 Honestly, save yourself the trouble and set the fans to a manual percentage (as cool gtx suggested) and close any EVGA gpu software to avoid stuttering.
AHowesI cant seem to set the fan curves? Static or nothing.
FratoxI was thinking : can I try to use my 2080 ti FTW with Windows 7 64 bits ? There is no problem I guess ?