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Old 05-31-12, 02:28 AM   #1
harl
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Default Twinview clock and kepler GTX670/680

Now I got an GTX 570 and when I set a second screen (no matter if ts clone, extended desktop, etc ...)
The card goes to the maximum clock in PowerMizer , it seems to be the norm and cant be fixed.

My question is what happens in the new GTX6** kepler based?
These cards have dynamic frequencies and I spouse they wont maximize their clocks with two or more screens in regular desktop usage.
They should need highers clocks with two or more screens,
but how much?
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