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EVGA Precision X GTX stuck clock issue I have all up to date drivers. running at you can also set 2d nad 3d profiles. just set a 3d profile to the stock speeds of core and memory. this should fix your issue:). The Z10 side profile shows the slight upward slope of the keyboard and time, date, N-Key status and information from EVGA Precision X OC. Hi how do you save a profile once you have the correct settings. Never used precision x before so sorry if these questions sound stupid.
The real strength in the liquid cooled configuration comes with the reduced fan noise and the minimal 9C delta between the idle and load temperatures.
Stock settings Stock with ACX 2. Not too shabby for the simple act of liquid cooling the GPU.
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Do note that this 40MHz boost in GPU core speed made little difference in the stock benchmark numbers, which is why only a single set is shown on the Benchmarks page. Manual Overclocking Using water-based cooling on a graphics card has a direct effect on the operating temperature of the cooled components because of the coolant's more efficient heat absorption properties in comparison with air-based heat dissipation.
The lower operating temperature of the graphic card's components indirectly effects the card overclocking potential, allowing the card to attain faster performance because of the liquid coolant's more efficient heat dissipation.
For testing the full potential of the GTX SC card, overclocking threshold testing was performed with the card operating in air-cooled only mode using the stock ACX 2. Graphics card stability was tested by performing a full run through the FutureMark 3DMark Fire Strike benchmark with a x resolution without crash or artifacting.
Last Light in-game benchmark tests. The settings were further refined until no artifacting or crashes occurred in any of those applications. The cooler does not even spin up the fans until the GPU hits 60C.
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Even at temperatures above 60C, the ACX 2. The fan speed and generated noise does not increase at all, while the ACX 2. The water cooled system was virtually silent compared to the building crescendo of the GPU fans.
With companies like Logitech who previously had LCD screens on their keyboards like the G15 and G19 now offering this kind of functionality thru cell phones with their ARX software, it is interesting to see EVGA bring screens like this back into the fold.
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I am not entirely sure that there is a big market for keyboard with information displays, but I am not going to complain that EVGA has brought them back. This process is very common and ABS is a decent material, but is prone to shine and over time the legends on these kinds of key caps may fade. The font that EVGA is using definitely belongs on a gaming keyboard, with large, somewhat aggressive slanted characters being used.
The key caps here have a slight contour to them, but the edges are smoothed nicely and the key caps have a smooth feeling to them that lends well to typing. You can feel a slight texture difference over the legend on the cap due to the laser ablation process. In use, the Kailh Brown switch feels very smooth, almost like a linear switch, but with a very light tactile bump that seems to hit consistently right on or around actuation, across the board.
The tactile properties of the switch are there, but the bump is very smooth, light and consistent across every single key on the EVGA Z10 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.EVGA Precision X1 - Overview
The Kailh Brown switch feels very similar to a Cherry MX Brown, but to me, it felt smoother during travel from top to bottom and the tactile properties were just noticeable enough to be effective without giving too much bump. These are USB 2. I did find the right side USB 2. This cable is fairly thick and has a large plastic connection area where the cables meet and then split into two ends.