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Gtx 260 power saving troubles

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Ok, i hate power saving options, 100% hate them, i dont care about reducing my clock speeds while im idle etc etc

 

I have every power saving function i can find disabled (in both windows and bios), however, my gtx 260+ is limiting its clock speeds when not in a 3D game

 

For the life of me i cannot find the power saving function that is limiting my Graphics card

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanx,

Love

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setting your clocks in rivatuner will prevent them from dropping in 2D mode.

 

For some reason even with forced settings in rivatuner it still dropped

 

I resolved the issue however, its a palit gtx 260+ sonic edition, I downloaded the latest drivers straight from nvidia when i first installed the card

 

I uninstalled them and installed drivers from the CD and the Cd came with a program for overclocking, it had 2 seperate clocks set for 2d and 3d, i just set them to the same thing and no more down clocking :)

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i never heard of anyone or anything to uses the full power of even a 8600 in 2dmode, why on earth would you want a GTX 260 running at full speed for no reason other than to create heat.

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i never heard of anyone or anything to uses the full power of even a 8600 in 2dmode, why on earth would you want a GTX 260 running at full speed for no reason other than to create heat.

he wants to run Windows Aero max settings lol

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i never heard of anyone or anything to uses the full power of even a 8600 in 2dmode, why on earth would you want a GTX 260 running at full speed for no reason other than to create heat.

 

My 8600GT runs 630/1386/567 (x2 and yes its GDDR2, thats why its running so low) 24/7. Does it even have the power saving feature? Its 43W max @ stock, so im probably using like ~60W...

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