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  1. Bro, these guys make videos about the most obscure shit maybe 1% of their audience can afford or do themselves. One video on "which monitor configs cause sudden upclocks, why, how, etc" is right up their alley.
  2. Can't we make it an issue by coming to them with this all together? Do they have a phone number? I'm close to just calling them. And what if it was brought up in one of the many daily videos? Maybe some wiz can give us an answer as to what is happening and if it's fixable.
  3. They've stopped responding to me altogether. These crooks. Just downclock the freaking card!! One thing I noticed and this used to not work but killing G-sync and setting all monitors to 60hz regardless of resolution remedies the issue but who buys 165hz monitors and an RTX GPU to do that?
  4. They've stopped responding to me altogether. These crooks. Just downclock the freaking card!! One thing I noticed and this used to not work but killing G-sync and setting all monitors to 60hz regardless of resolution remedies the issue.
  5. I'm a little past the return at this point unfortunately. I don't think I could make that switch and even then it'd need to be huge to be the same size as 2 27 inch monitors no?
  6. Just for fun, I tried turning the new monitors to 1080p/165hz and 1440p/60hz and it seems the issue is not just mismatched resolutions but refresh rates as well. Everything needs to match. So it's seemingly that it needs to fully match and g-sync doesn't matter (as its been on the entire time). Further testting suggests that I can also go lower than 1080p/60 but not higher. But I'll have to disagree on "nothing we can do". We spend a lot of time and money on this stuff, we should definitely demand more out of it than this.
  7. So it definitely is an issue on their end and I am being stonewalled. Thanks for further confirming that.
  8. Higher is one thing, running this high is another. One additional 1080p/60hz monitor should not take it from here (with a few minor and infrequent jumps): (2 1440p/165hz monitors running with g-sync enabled) To 1500+ MHz GPU clock and 1900~ MHz Memory clock My temps are high because of this unnecessary clocking up. Before this monitor upgrade/without the tv the card runs at 45 degrees with the fan off. So I hope now you see the problem. One additional 1080p/60hz display causing this much of a clock and subsequent temp rise makes no sense. Not to b
  9. Update 4.0: My response (Once I can navigate their maze to send a reply):
  10. Update 3.0: So I need the temps down and I have begrudgingly been using the power saver option in Inspector. But whenever I turn it off, screens flicker occasionally and it gives me a headache. So that means, even the solution EVGA/Nvidia is peddling is complete garbage.
  11. I updated in another thread about a similar issue. I'm so pissed at nvidia. This experience has been such a letdown. It's normal that my computer room needs to heat up, have my case heat up even though through Inspector's power saver the gpu is more than capable of driving the 3 monitors as I'd like them? Dear Nvidia, you're failing hard here, fix your firmware.
  12. Look at this absolute insult of a response. This man did not even mention the logical failing of an external program being able to limit and drive the monitors just fine. I have never had less fun upgrading and I've never felt so stonewalled by a support line before in my life.
  13. I'm reporting back, it did nothing. I rma'd the card. Replacement did nothing. NVIDIA is trying to stonewall me and tell me it's normal. It's inexcusable if you ask me. The fact that I can use an external application to downclock and have everything work fine is proof such high clocks are unnecessary. The issue is definitely on them. The way this happens automatically is messed up.
  14. Imagine it is? What is up with that? Also update: I had a galaxy brain moment when it was working sans g-sync. The monitors were also running at 60hz. At 165hz the g-sync settings don't matter. In short, I'm at square one again.
  15. Look at this bullshit response Nvidia gave. Unbelievable.
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