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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently upgraded to a gtx 1660 super dual fan from Zotac. However  i noticed it was severely underperforming, then i opened the nvidia performance tab and it showed a base core speed of 645 mhz with no options to change it

According to my research it should have a base speed around 1600. 

Any tips? 

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Download MSI Afterburner, fire up an intensive game/benchmark and check what speeds it's actually running at, after resetting what you might've changed there back to default of course.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
24 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Download MSI Afterburner, fire up an intensive game/benchmark and check what speeds it's actually running at, after resetting what you might've changed there back to default of course.

It says that it is running  at 1650 mhz but in games like mh world it doesn't look any different than my 1050ti

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3 minutes ago, DumbasSpaniard said:

It says that it is running  at 1650 mhz but in games like mh world it doesn't look any different than my 1050ti

Try using DDU to remove your old driver and then install the latest from the GeForce website.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
33 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Try using DDU to remove your old driver and then install the latest from the GeForce website.

I did it but i still dont see the difference

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59 minutes ago, DumbasSpaniard said:

I did it but i still dont see the difference

What are the rest of your system's components?


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