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Old Yesterday, 17:51   #53701  |  Link
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Don't forget to set NVIDIA "power management mode" option to "Adaptive".
Or even better, "Prefer maximum performance".
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Or even better, "Prefer maximum performance".
Adaptive is perfectly adequate, unless you want to heat your room.
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Adaptive is perfectly adequate, unless you want to heat your room.
Not in every case tho, adaptive makes rendering spikes in the avg stats and max stats.
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Who cares about the stats really? They're a means to an end. As long as it falls under frame time for every frame and the noise/heat is acceptable to you then you're fine, how hard the card is operating at isn't that obvious from the stats alone.
Adaptive is perfectly adequate as Nev said, Prefer maximum performance is clock speed and power consumption overkill as Adaptive does a really good job of sorting the right clock speeds for the job.
If you're pushing ~90% of your frame time you may run into frame drops though.

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I encountered a weird problem: when using MadVR (with any player) + dual screen, everytime I minimize/restore the player on main screen, the playback will stutter for a bit. It doesn't happen on 2nd mon, or if I only connect one monitor.

does anyone have clue how to fix it? The OS is Win764.

Thanks in advance.

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