Youtube slows down GPU clock

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Re: Youtube slows down GPU clock

Postby Bobcat » Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:33 pm

bruce wrote:SInce then, Microsoft has been making changes to Win7 and apparently have decided that there's a security risk so they've changed the rules for CUDA/CAL.

Blah. :(
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Re: Youtube slows down GPU clock

Postby Yany » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:52 pm

Have you checked that if you connect through Remote Desktop, the NVIDIA control panel says, there is no Geforce chip in the computer, so cannot start, and as it can bee seen in the GPU-Z application, when a connection is made, the GPU clock falls down to low frequencies (my overclocked GTS450 drops down to 50 MHz). Why? However, maybe something in connection with these phenomena causes Folding failures then... When I raise the clock back 820 MHz, a few seconds later I can see when it drops down to 50 MHz again...
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Re: Youtube slows down GPU clock

Postby 7im » Tue Sep 20, 2011 5:26 pm

Remote Desktop kills GPU folding. It's a known MS issue.
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