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RTX 2080TI undervolting

Barranquilla

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Hi guys,
due to the actual situation with GPU´s after several years with my GPU overclocked I wanted to do undervolting. For some reason now my GPU is now stuck with a fixed with the same Clock and Voltage and doesnt want to clock down to 2D clocks.. And no i didnt force suatined voltage. Im using afterburner and my card is an MSI Seahawk.


Thnxs in advance.
 
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You can reset the undervolt/overclock and see if the clock throttle down to 2D clocks.
 

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I reseted the settings and got stuck at 1920 mhz and 1.49 volts i also run the OC scaner and the card refuse to clock down.
 

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check NVidia control panel and ensure that in manage 3d settings power management mode is set to normal
 
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I reseted the settings and got stuck at 1920 mhz and 1.49 volts i also run the OC scaner and the card refuse to clock down.

Do some small overclock and hit apply then?
And you mean 1.09Vcore and not 1.49Vcore right? if it read 1.49V then there appear to be something wrong with the card.
 

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I reinstalled afterburner and reseted all settings from NVidia control panel and that did the trick. I didnt think about the NVidia control panel. I think something was wrong with that. Thnxs a lot. Yeah the clock was 1.049.
 
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