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Problem MSI GTX 560 ti Twin Frozr II/OC

hi guys :bounce:

I bought a MSIGTX 560 Ti Twin-frozr II/OC about 1 month ago. But lately I've had problems with it. After playing for more than 2 hours the performance decays, I observed the GPU usage reaches 98% so the fps drop too.

Normally when I play the msi afterburner shows that the temperature is 37 to 45 ° C, GPU to 50%, Ram 300 - 350mb. When the problem occurs only thing that changes is the gpu usage. This is rare since before playing for several hours and it never happened. I have to reboot to play normally.

i play cs source and starcraft 2.

thanks for help, forgive my english. ;)
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  1. what do you mean by 'consumption'? did you refer to gpu usage? btw have you check your core clock when the problem appear? also what is your current driver version?
  2. What are your full system specs?(CPU,RAM,etc.)

    What is the make/model of your PSU?

    Have you downloaded the lastest drivers?
  3. @Renz496 yes, i refer gpu usage. I havent checked .
    @Purple stank yes i have the lastest drivers

    Cpu: intel core i5 2500k without OC / Corsair H80
    MB: Asus p8z68 v-Pro/Gen3
    Ram: Corsair 16GB DDR3 1600mhz
    SD 120 GB Ocz agility 3
    PSU: Antec EA 650w green
  4. did you use 301.24 WHQL or the latest 304.48 Beta drivers?
  5. renz496 said:
    did you use 301.24 WHQL or the latest 304.48 Beta drivers?


    301.42
  6. Best answer
    if it was what i think it was the problem you're having right now was bug that comes with the latest WHQL driver. the latest beta should fix the problem. the gpu usage increasing up to 98-99 percent but the clock speed was reverted to idle state hence the low frame rates. it was problem known to factory overclocked cards with the latest WHQL installed. nvidia states that the problem has been fixed in the latest beta driver. just make sure you did clean install driver when updating your drivers.
  7. renz496 said:
    if it was what i think it was the problem you're having right now was bug that comes with the latest WHQL driver. the latest beta should fix the problem. the gpu usage increasing up to 98-99 percent but the clock speed was reverted to idle state hence the low frame rates. it was problem known to factory overclocked cards with the latest WHQL installed. nvidia states that the problem has been fixed in the latest beta driver. just make sure you did clean install driver when updating your drivers.


    apparently has been fixed. I'll continue testing this weekend. thanks :D
  8. good luck :)
  9. Best answer selected by Lion7.
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