GTX 580 MASSIVELY LOW FPS HELP
Okay I've recently put a pretty sweet build together. Since day one with my new 580 i've had massively low fps funning 3d mark and furmark. were talking highest fps 17 here like real bad. I got a 980x overclocked to 4.2 ghz, asus sabertooth x58 mobo working perfectly and seriously i've overclocked the 580 pretty good too no improvement in fps. I don't know if it's the driver or whats going on. cooler master 1000w silent pro power supply running everythin and the card is registering 12 v for what it needs. If somebody could help me resolve this issue that would be massive thank you very much. Anybody knows a trick to fix this that would be awsome thank you.
Okay I've recently put a pretty sweet build together. Since day one with my new 580 i've had massively low fps funning 3d mark and furmark. were talking highest fps 17 here like real bad. I got a 980x overclocked to 4.2 ghz, asus sabertooth x58 mobo working perfectly and seriously i've overclocked the 580 pretty good too no improvement in fps. I don't know if it's the driver or whats going on. cooler master 1000w silent pro power supply running everythin and the card is registering 12 v for what it needs. If somebody could help me resolve this issue that would be massive thank you very much. Anybody knows a trick to fix this that would be awsome thank you.

#1
Posted 12/13/2010 01:56 AM   
Do the clocks actually hit 3D or do they just idle?

You can monitor this in MSI afterburner, EVGA Precision or GPU-Z.

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[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='13 December 2010 - 02:17 AM' timestamp='1292206662' post='1160024']
Do the clocks actually hit 3D or do they just idle?

You can monitor this in MSI afterburner, EVGA Precision or GPU-Z.

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thanks for the reply yep the clock pick right up during benchmark i've got it up to avg fps of about 35 now with flashing bios and wiping all drivers and reinstalling them.
[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='13 December 2010 - 02:17 AM' timestamp='1292206662' post='1160024']

Do the clocks actually hit 3D or do they just idle?



You can monitor this in MSI afterburner, EVGA Precision or GPU-Z.



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thanks for the reply yep the clock pick right up during benchmark i've got it up to avg fps of about 35 now with flashing bios and wiping all drivers and reinstalling them.

#3
Posted 12/13/2010 03:27 AM   
[quote name='atticus360' date='13 December 2010 - 03:27 PM' timestamp='1292210870' post='1160040']
thanks for the reply yep the clock pick right up during benchmark i've got it up to avg fps of about 35 now with flashing bios and wiping all drivers and reinstalling them.
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Good.

Feel free to check out the Overclocking/benchmarking section to see how your 580 is stacking up in terms of performance.


[quote name='atticus360' date='13 December 2010 - 03:27 PM' timestamp='1292210870' post='1160040']

thanks for the reply yep the clock pick right up during benchmark i've got it up to avg fps of about 35 now with flashing bios and wiping all drivers and reinstalling them.





Good.



Feel free to check out the Overclocking/benchmarking section to see how your 580 is stacking up in terms of performance.




Also,

Have you run the GPU-Z special build command line option to disable the cards throttling to save power during certain benchmarks?

Nvidia made the drivers recognize certain benchmarks and reduce performance on them in order to not go over the 300W specification. If you don't disable this throttle your benchmark results may not reflect the actual capabilities of the card.

Check this for more info:
http://www.techpowerup.com/134460/Disable-GeForce-GTX-580-Power-Throttling-using-GPU-Z.html
Also,



Have you run the GPU-Z special build command line option to disable the cards throttling to save power during certain benchmarks?



Nvidia made the drivers recognize certain benchmarks and reduce performance on them in order to not go over the 300W specification. If you don't disable this throttle your benchmark results may not reflect the actual capabilities of the card.



Check this for more info:

http://www.techpowerup.com/134460/Disable-GeForce-GTX-580-Power-Throttling-using-GPU-Z.html

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#5
Posted 12/13/2010 08:09 PM   
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