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zsturgeon

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  1. As a last resort you could raise vccio voltage and system agent voltage slightly.
  2. Your nvidia control panel global settings are likely over riding the application specific settings.
  3. Have you tried going into nvidia control panel and going to manage 3d settings and turning on favor high performance? Also, try setting your game to highest priority in task manager. Probably won't do anything but worth a shot.
  4. I recently built a new rig. Well, all but the PSU and GPU are new. Right from the beginning I was getting an issue where my monitor would go to sleep due to lack of signal and other weird artifacting issues. Event viewer was showing "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." I looked up possible causes for this issue and it's one of the ones where it can be caused by a myriad of things. I also ran into a problem when I tried to enable xmp profiles for my RAM. Bsod's, mostly memory management ones. I ended up trying to see what would happen with just two mo
  5. I recently built a new rig. Well, all but the PSU and GPU are new. Right from the beginning I was getting an issue where my monitor would go to sleep due to lack of signal and other weird artifacting issues. Event viewer was showing "Display driver nvlddmkm stopped responding and has successfully recovered." I looked up possible causes for this issue and it's one of the ones where it can be caused by a myriad of things. I also ran into a problem when I tried to enable xmp profiles for my RAM. Bsod's, mostly memory management ones. I ended up trying to see what would happen with just two mo
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