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noobzilla99
4 years ago#1
While playing ff14 with evga precision running on my second screen, i noticed something weird.

I have a gtx670 clocked at 914 mhz and a boost to 994 mhz. Now while playing ff14, the clock goes all the way up to 1134 mhz O_O. It's ok because my gpu doesn't overheat at all (71 degree max at 1134 mhz).

Just wanted to know if it's normal???

Btw game never goes below 60fps.

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noobzilla99
4 years ago#2
bump

User Info: Shebeskii

Shebeskii
4 years ago#3
It's likely because FF14 is simple graphically so the core can increase in frequency.
That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence. - Christopher Hitchens
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