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Sode no Shirayuki

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During video playback, after a couple of hours, the Core and Mem clocks drop precipitously, locking in at 608MHz.
 
- A video freezes at any scene, sometimes erratically displaying a couple of scenes, as if flashing two images, one semi-transparent.
 
- The video player's interface and the computer are unaffected. I can still use the video player's interface, including for seeking, and the computer.
 
- Audio works as expected, even when the video freezes at a scene or erratically displays different scenes.
 
The GPU's temperature fluctuates between 79 and 80 degrees Celsius, never exceeding 80 degrees Celsius. I adjusted the fan curve, bringing the GPU's temperature down to 76-77 degrees Celsius, but the problem occurred again after a while. I am going to try reducing the voltage next. I also have another GTX 1060, which I will later test.
 
Below is a screenshot of MSI Afterburner's log file.
 
 
Specs:
 
CPU: Intel Core 2 Q6700
RAM: Crucial 8GB DDR2
Video Card: Gigabyte GTX 1060 WindForce OC 3G
Power Supply: 375 W (I read on the Dell forums that the company underrates their power supplies and the power supply is more like 400-415 W)
OS: Windows 10 Pro 64-bit

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Hello,

 

Looks like you're getting help at the link below.

 

https://forums.tomsh...-frame.3490684/


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Yeah, I posted on a few forums, and I am monitoring them all. I don't have much time left to test, and I wasn't sure where I would receive the quickest help. Posting on more than one forum improved my odds of receiving help quicker.


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