Originally Posted by holoman
I have seen people in the Windows world that has had problems like this. One solution has been to overclock the 2D frequency to be equal to the 3D frequency. For example, if your 2D clock is set at 400 Mhz, and your 3D clock is set to 425 Mhz, they have changed the 2D clock to 425 Mhz.
Any clue if there is a util in the Linux realm that can do this? nvclock only shows one set of clocks, which on my system is set at 425 MHz core and 1100 MHz memory. This is on a BFG 6800U OC.