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So what are differences between Optimal and Adaptive power in nvidia panel?

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Hello. Fast question. What are differences between Optimal and Adaptive power in nvidia panel? I have Optimal. But sometimes in games i have fps drops which resulting in clock drop for one second. After second clock back again to normal.

So what are differences between Optimal and Adaptive power in nvidia panel?

Is this because i have optimal instead of Adaptive?

 

Somebody said that Adaptive is the same like Optimal in games. So maybe that gpu clock drops 1 second ,they are not related to optimal?

 

My card is Gigabyte Xtreme 1080

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Seems like a serious problem with the gpu, the frames should never drop, even for 1 second, I'd act quick and rma it while it is still under warranty.

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Seems like a serious problem with the gpu, the frames should never drop, even for 1 second, I'd act quick and rma it while it is still under warranty.

Lol. This. :)

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Its totally random. Happens once of few hours of play. Then fps and gpu core clock can drop for a second.After second fps and core clock back again to normal.

Is this related to optimal power or my card?

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Its totally random. Happens once of few hours of play. Then fps and gpu core clock can drop for a second.After second fps and core clock back again to normal.

Is this related to optimal power or my card?

Sounds related to the turbo incombobulator in your CPU. RMA is required.

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Im sure its your flux capacitor. You need  at least 1.2 giga watts to run it . anything less will cause the problems ur having.

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