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gtx 750ti sc edition clock speed dropped

So i opened up precision x to try and bump up my clock speed to play at a slightly higher frame rate but as i was playing payday2 my framrate dropped and i went back to precision x and not instead of the clock speed being at 910MHZ its only going up to 410MHZ. now it wont go back up and all my games are lagging.
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    Try disabling or uninstalling PrecisionX and use GPU-Z to monitor your clock speed. See if it is back to normal.
  2. clutchc said:
    Try disabling or uninstalling PrecisionX and use GPU-Z to monitor your clock speed. See if it is back to normal.


    so im not running anything right now and gpu z is showing my clock speed is currently at 135MHz
  3. jjh11397 said:
    clutchc said:
    Try disabling or uninstalling PrecisionX and use GPU-Z to monitor your clock speed. See if it is back to normal.


    so im not running anything right now and gpu z is showing my clock speed is currently at 135MHz


    That's probably at idle, right? Run the Render Test (click on the (?).
  4. clutchc said:
    jjh11397 said:
    clutchc said:
    Try disabling or uninstalling PrecisionX and use GPU-Z to monitor your clock speed. See if it is back to normal.


    so im not running anything right now and gpu z is showing my clock speed is currently at 135MHz


    That's probably at idle, right? Run the Render Test (click on the (?).


    thank you so much, it works perfectly now!
  5. I'm not sure why PresisionX caused that to stick at low speed. It never happened to me. Maybe you did something wrong in the settings.
  6. clutchc said:
    I'm not sure why PresisionX caused that to stick at low speed. It never happened to me. Maybe you did something wrong in the settings.


    yeah im not sure either i did the same thing yesterday but it worked fine, but i wont even bother with precision x anymore
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