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Windows experience index lowers Gpu core mhz when testing

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Last response: in Overclocking
February 9, 2013 5:14:43 AM

Hi.

Im trying to raise the score on Windows user experience index... (FOR FUN) i know its not the best program...

My problem is, when i test, my GPU core runs at 405mhz.. standards clock for the card is 800 mhz.. O.C. to 865

is there some way to raise the core clock when testing

Ive tried entering nvidia control panel and put power to max performance... did nothing

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February 9, 2013 11:54:10 AM

Windows is not able to test a graphics cards capability. Consider this. When you benchmark with a graphics card bench like Furmark or Heaven, the screen runs a series of images, this is the only way to stress a GPU. Windows does not do this. So its not possible.