How do I view the current clock spped of a 980Ti?

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Literally any GPU monitoring program that has been out for the last decade.
MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision X, Asus GPUTweak, GPU-Z, etc.
 

Mav451

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135Mhz is the standard 2D clock.

Precision X, MSI Afterburner, etc can all show your current clock speeds.
 

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Literally any GPU monitoring program that has been out for the last decade.
MSI Afterburner, EVGA Precision X, Asus GPUTweak, GPU-Z, etc.
I tried MSI Afterburner. and it keeps showing it spike to ~1350, which doesn't seem right. GPU-Z shows 925. thanks for the tip.

It looks like Nvidia hasn't fixed their drivers for clock rates on high refresh rate monitors yet.
 

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I tried MSI Afterburner. and it keeps showing it spike to ~1350, which doesn't seem right. GPU-Z shows 925. thanks for the tip.

It looks like Nvidia hasn't fixed their drivers for clock rates on high refresh rate monitors yet.
Sitting idle at desktop?
 

Mav451

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Okay that's common.

Above 120Hz, it appears to still require a driver fix to address.
This used to be a problem on GTX580 era cards (or older) when 120Hz was the new hotness (Catleap 2B era).
 

Jumpem

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Okay that's common.

Above 120Hz, it appears to still require a driver fix to address.
This used to be a problem on GTX580 era cards (or older) when 120Hz was the new hotness (Catleap 2B era).
Yup. I just lowered it to 120 Hz and it goes down to 135 MHz.
 
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