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gpu goes wild sometimes!

Level 7
Hello! i have the following issue.

sometimes i turn on GPU-Z and i see everything ok but then my temperature starts to go up and i see my clocks (core,shader,memory) at full load, this last 2-3 seconds and goes down.

any ideas why? all i do is change tabs in my browser.

Level 9
i really don't know what are you say? could you tell more detial?

Mike_Lu@ASUS wrote:
i really don't know what are you say? could you tell more detial?

this is the thing, i'm doing things with my pc like browsing or working (using eclipse and stuff) and then when i turn on GPU-Z (program to control my temperatures and clocks) i see that mi clocks go to full load for a few seconds. example: my clocks are at 50/50/100 and then goes to 625/675/1250 for a few second and then back to 50/50/100

please let me know if you still dont understand, my english is no the best


Level 8
Sounds like a GPU Driver issue...... try 295.73..... works great for most people, and very very stable... Good Luck
GL702VSK / GTX 1070 / M.2 960 EVO

HTPC MINI-ITX / FRACTAL CORE 500 / GIGABYTE GA-AB350N / GTX 1050 Ti Windforce OC 4G / RYZEN 5 1600 3.9GHz / M.2 960 EVO / G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 3200MHz
ASUS G74SX-XC1 / INTEL 7260 AC / Samsung 850 PRO / TUNIQ TX-4 / BIOS 203 / 335.23

i'm currently using the last nvidia driver... 314.07... isn't supposed that 314.07 is better than 295.73?

i've notices that the clocks of the gpu goes at full load when i start the gpu-z... maybe is not my driver but the gpu-z?