I have a problem with the latest nVidia 310 drivers.
I have a GTX460SLI system, one card is from EVGA (SC @763Mhz/1900Mhz)
and one from ASUS (OC @700Mhz/1840Mhz)
. I have set both cards to be OC's to 800Mhz/1925Mhz using the EVGA precision tool (old version - newer version causes crashes on my system).
With the old nVidia 306 drivers this was no problem at all, and both cards ran at the speed I've set in EVGA precision. Now with the new 310 drivers the cards are not overclocked at all and both are set to their factory default.
This might become a problem for me since the ASUS card is in the lower (2nd/slave), causing the ASUS card to overheath when both cards run at their maximum (I have some games that do this). I have had this problem in the past already with my 8800GT cards (I wasn't aware of this speed issue then), and I don't want to blow up either card.
Anyone has a solution, other than reinstalling the older 306 drivers?
AsRock 990FX Extreme3
AMD Phenom II 1090T ~3.2Ghz
GEiL 16Gb DDR3 1600Mhz
ASUS GTX970 3x HD monitor 1920x1080