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    Oh thank you for all replies and help. Last question and we can close discussion <hehe>.

    I was bored, and trying to replicate that clock drop, by clicking during FS test ,windows start button or running some other programs in background. Yeah power drops in fire strike test,but clock not.


    Anyway no worries that clock dropped just once ,and i cant replicate it?

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    I know why it not dropping clock in firestrike in window mode when i forcing gpu power to drop by apps in background. GPUZ telling that utilization is WR,VREL,VOP.
    When it dropped clock few days ago test was in FULLSCREEN MODE and utilization only PWR ( green all ). Maybe thats why it dropped clock when power drops too. Maybe PWR only is more sensitive or something.


    Anyway no worries ?

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    Hey last question. That gpu power drops and gpu clock drop for 1ms was not caused by faulty gpu?

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    Seems to me your Video Card is working just fine; time to move on to a new problem.
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    Hello its my last question and we can close topic.




    First drop ( first red arrows ). Gpu power drops to 40% for 1ms, but clock stayed steady 1965mhz.
    Second drop ( second red arrows ). Gpu power drops to 58% for 1ms,but this time clock dropped to 1575mhz for 1ms.

    So why on first time clock was not dropped,when on second time yes? Anyway that doesnt matter,and its ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Hello its my last question and we can close topic.
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    Hey last question.
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    Ok last question.

    Promise?

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    I left Assassin Creed Oddysey for overnight ,check in morning gpu clocks and on 6:34 morning just for 1 second,clock dipp from 1995mhz to 1245mhz and power to 38% TDP. For 1ms





    Nothing wrong?I mean rather issue with game not hardware?

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    It means it's defective.

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    Hey last question. Somebody said:"There's chance that a voltage instability from the PSU caused that. For example, I have a very unstable power outlet, drops to 180ish VACs from 230VAC for a few milliseconds. These kinda stuff happens to me almost every hour."


    Is this possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Hey last question. Somebody said:"There's chance that a voltage instability from the PSU caused that. For example, I have a very unstable power outlet, drops to 180ish VACs from 230VAC for a few milliseconds. These kinda stuff happens to me almost every hour."


    Is this possible?
    If your graphics card ran off of AC, sure.

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