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Old 02-13-2017, 05:22 PM
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Ok tested this again on a completely different machine 6 months later and it's still the same, CUE and Link both cause high idle clocks and volts when either or both are running in the background, When using the "Prefer Maximum Performance" option in the Nvidia control panel without CUE and/or Link running in the background, Core clocks of the 1080 I'm using go down to 200MHz and GPU voltage goes down to around 0.600.

If CUE and/or Link are running in the background controlling macros, Lighting of peripherals, Fan speeds etc.... The GPU core clock spikes to 1600MHz and GPU voltage goes up to slightly over 0.800, Any possible solution to this in a future CUE update ? Maybe turn off 3D acceleration when the programs are running in the background ?


Clocks and voltage with CUE and/or Link running in the background -





Clocks and voltage without CUE and/or Link running in the background -

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