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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaytonR80 View Post
    My Strix 1080 is doing the same thing. It stopped the other day so I thought the problem had remedied itself but it started doing it again last night.
    Disable hardware acceleration within your web browser if you haven't done so already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Scone@ASUS View Post
    Disable hardware acceleration within your web browser if you haven't done so already.
    I'll try when I get home and see if this fixes the problem. Will update then.

    Thanks.

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    It seems to be working normally after turning off hardware acceleration in Chrome and restarting my computer.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaytonR80 View Post
    It seems to be working normally after turning off hardware acceleration in Chrome and restarting my computer.

    Thanks for the help.
    No problem, glad it worked.

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    The problem seems to have returned (Chrome hardware acceleration is still turned off). It was fluctuating and slowly heating up when I turned on my computer this morning. The CPU is also spiking to around 20%. I did a restart without changing anything else and it stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaytonR80 View Post
    The problem seems to have returned (Chrome hardware acceleration is still turned off). It was fluctuating and slowly heating up when I turned on my computer this morning. The CPU is also spiking to around 20%. I did a restart without changing anything else and it stopped.
    although my cpu is not being affected my gpu issue is they wont throttle on first boot so like yourself I have to do a restart everytime I press power button on pc just to reset this gpu issue once restarted they down clock no problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by chekri.sc View Post
    Hello,


    The core and memory clock on my GTX 1080 keeps fluctuating on idle. There are no processes running in the back ground. The fans on the GPU also keeps turning ON and OFF. Has any one faced this issue. I have attached a screen shot of the clock.


    Thanks for your help. If this is not the right place please let me know where to post.
    Sai.

    Quote Originally Posted by kevin.bradford1 View Post
    Hi

    I have been having the exact same issue on first boot up, the gpu clocks don't idle the only cure is a restart of the system

    I have uninstalled and cleaned restarted with nvidia drivers and gpu tweak and this hasn't solved it, ive tried different versions of both software still the same issue, always on a cold first time boot, im using the new formula xi if that helps im also using gpu tweak 1.6.7.0 and latest nvidia driver.
    If either of you have a high refresh rate monitor (120Hz or higher) see if temporarily manually setting the refresh rate to 60Hz allows the GPU to correctly idle down to 135Mhz when there is no GPU load. I've noticed this issue is worse on Windows 10 than Windows 7 and something about the newer NVIDIA drivers does something odd to cause this when the refresh rate is high (like we all prefer it to be).

    I do not use GPU Tweak and do not have it installed, so I would not blame GPU Tweak for this.
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