As the title says, I cannot get my GTX 680 to clock past 324 Mhz. This is on a brand new install of Windows 7 Ultimate so I know that old drivers are not a factor. I've witnessed this phenomenon in Skyrim, MW3 and Diablo 3 beta. I'm using EVGA's Precision X to monitor the cards activity and whenever a game loads up the GPU and Mem frequencies both stay at 324 Mhz and game performance is terrible(10 FPS in Skyrim, about 20-30 in MW3). I can see card utilization shoot up to 99 percent and stuff is definitely loading into memory as I can see that go up drastically as well. Idle temps are around 37 C and loaded they only go up to about 45 C. Things I've tried so far: Cleaned out old drivers and reinstalled. Changed Power Management Mode in the Nvidia Control Panel to 'Prefer Maximum Performance' Tried card with 2 different monitors - Samsung 204B and a 1440p Shimian Anyone got any suggestions? Things to try? I'm at a total loss trying to figure out what could be up with this card. It FEELS like a driver issue but I don't know how that could be as this is a new install of Windows... My rig specs are in my sig. This same box was running an ASUS GTX 580 without issue before.