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    I have been experiencing some weird behavior from my GPU on Facebook and youtube.

    When I am on Facebook my Graphics card suddenly max's out it's GPU/MEM Clock speed. When i am on Youtube and turn a video on in one tab and open another tab my GPU shows similar symptoms. It stays at these high clock speeds until I close the tabs. I am currently running an underclocked profile just to keep the temps low. It's really frustrating.

    Anybody here have any Idea what might cause this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    I have been experiencing some weird behavior from my GPU on Facebook and youtube.

    When I am on Facebook my Graphics card suddenly max's out it's GPU/MEM Clock speed. When i am on Youtube and turn a video on in one tab and open another tab my GPU shows similar symptoms. It stays at these high clock speeds until I close the tabs. I am currently running an underclocked profile just to keep the temps low. It's really frustrating.

    Anybody here have any Idea what might cause this?

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    Usually cards stay at low voltage low clock state while in idle(unless otherwise changed) but as soon as it is needed, in this case hardware acceleration needed to run youtube video or something it goes to the high performance state.
    Rather than looking at the clock speeds, look at the GPU usage. Even while playing a HD video it should not cross 3-4%, if that is the case it should be fine.

    I'm using nvidia card and use an aggressive power profile, so rather than staying at idle 324MHz, mine always runs at 1006MHz nominal. Anyway test again keeping an eye on GPU usage and share.

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    First thought that comes to mind is hardware acceleration. Javascript and presumably Flash are heavily hardware dependent. Even turning on Javascript on mobile browsers eat up charge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    I have been experiencing some weird behavior from my GPU on Facebook and youtube.

    When I am on Facebook my Graphics card suddenly max's out it's GPU/MEM Clock speed. When i am on Youtube and turn a video on in one tab and open another tab my GPU shows similar symptoms. It stays at these high clock speeds until I close the tabs. I am currently running an underclocked profile just to keep the temps low. It's really frustrating.

    Anybody here have any Idea what might cause this?

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    Your card is damaged. And it is all UCC's fault. Now throw it away to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Your card is damaged. And it is all UCC's fault. Now throw it away to me.
    I knew it!!!!!!!!!!! Expect a class action lawsuit coming your and UCC's way!

    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Usually cards stay at low voltage low clock state while in idle(unless otherwise changed) but as soon as it is needed, in this case hardware acceleration needed to run youtube video or something it goes to the high performance state.
    Rather than looking at the clock speeds, look at the GPU usage. Even while playing a HD video it should not cross 3-4%, if that is the case it should be fine.

    I'm using nvidia card and use an aggressive power profile, so rather than staying at idle 324MHz, mine always runs at 1006MHz nominal. Anyway test again keeping an eye on GPU usage and share.

    Thanks.. The activity was around 0-2% xD..I guess i was paranoid for no reason. But the GPU still gets hot and the fans start spinning so it gets really noisy.. i guess I'll keep an active underclocked profile for average usage and I'll be good

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Thanks.. The activity was around 0-2% xD..I guess i was paranoid for no reason. But the GPU still gets hot and the fans start spinning so it gets really noisy.. i guess I'll keep an active underclocked profile for average usage and I'll be good
    This should not be happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    This should not be happening.
    That's why i was so worried.

    This only seems to happen on certain videos on youtube and Facebook.

    I mean when i watch stuff on km player/MPC the gpu never goes over the 300-400mhz and everything is alright. Heck even when i hame the clock speed doesn't stay so high for that long

    Even most videos in YouTube are okay. But when watching certain videos i encounter this wierd problem.

    Also this only happens when I open another tab and keep the YouTube tab with the "problem video" in the background. When i am on the video tab the clockspeeds stay the same. I'll upload some more screenshots in a little bit.


    This has to be a software issue cause if it was a hardware problem i would experience it all the time.

    Also by really hot i mean around 50-51degrees max my fans jump to 50% fanspeed in that temp which is quite noticeable.
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    With 50% fan speed it shouldn't be running at 50 degree, although it's AMD, what can I say but make sure the card is breathing in cool air, a good intake fan might help in this regard.

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    Turn off hardware acceleration in the browser and see if it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    Turn off hardware acceleration in the browser and see if it works.
    OMG!!!!! It's 100% fixed!!!!!!!! Thanks a bunch kenshin san!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    OMG!!!!! It's 100% fixed!!!!!!!! Thanks a bunch kenshin san!!!!!!!
    Check the CPU usage, it should go up slightly, and I really think hardware acceleration is needed to be turned on, I mean what is the point of a GPU if you are not going to use it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Check the CPU usage, it should go up slightly, and I really think hardware acceleration is needed to be turned on, I mean what is the point of a GPU if you are not going to use it!
    yeah it seems the GPU is just staying unused.

    But even so I'd rather reserve the GPU for games web browsing hardly needs any extra juice xD.

    I'll pick slightly more CPU usage while net browsing over noisy fans any day.

    But I do agree the GPU should not be so hot at 50%. I'll try getting a new fan asap.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Check the CPU usage, it should go up slightly, and I really think hardware acceleration is needed to be turned on, I mean what is the point of a GPU if you are not going to use it!
    I want to add to this. Hardware acceleration doesn't mean that the GPU is being used instead of CPU, it means that GPU's pipelines that are specifically designed for this task is being used. That usually lowers both CPU and GPU usage, when working properly. Let me give an example here, with all hardware acceleration for h264 decoding in LAV Video decoder disabled, Process Explorer shows my video player using 10-12% GPU when playing a 1080p video. But with DXVA2 hardware acceleration turned on the usage drops to 2-4%.

    - - - Updated - - -

    And to OP, you probably have a driver issue. I'd suggest you to try a clean install of windows with latest/most stable drivers first if you really want to dive deeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    OMG!!!!! It's 100% fixed!!!!!!!! Thanks a bunch kenshin san!!!!!!!
    You can also try making custom profiles(in the afterburner) for different scenarios(game/browsing) and leaving the gpu acceleration turned on(in the browser) if the cpu usage bothers you that much. From what I have heard in the internet, its kind of normal. Don't take my word for it though, I know nothing about hardware stuffs let alone amd.


    By the way, you mentioned this only happens on certain videos, if its not a problem can you share the links via pm? One will do. I just want to check something.


    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Check the CPU usage, it should go up slightly, and I really think hardware acceleration is needed to be turned on, I mean what is the point of a GPU if you are not going to use it!
    Yeah, but > https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment..._at_max_clock/

    That guy has the almost same prob as op (excepts op is getting 50-51C while that guy is getting 60-61C) and a user mentioned in that thread that "MSI had put values for memory to be 150-1500-1500 instead of 150-some median value-1500" , making the gpu temp go high. I don't know if its true or not though.

    And to be honest I don't see the point of gpu acceleration in the browser to see youtube videos unless one is watching videos in 4k with 10-12 tabs on. But then again, it's just my opinion and opinion differs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    You can also try making custom profiles(in the afterburner) for different scenarios(game/browsing) and leaving the gpu acceleration turned on(in the browser) if the cpu usage bothers you that much. From what I have heard in the internet, its kind of normal. Don't take my word for it though, I know nothing about hardware stuffs let alone amd.





    Yeah, but > https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comment..._at_max_clock/

    That guy has the almost same prob as op (excepts op is getting 50-51C while that guy is getting 60-61C) and a user mentioned in that thread that "MSI had put values for memory to be 150-1500-1500 instead of 150-some median value-1500" , making the gpu temp go high. I don't know if its true or not though.

    And to be honest I don't see the point of gpu acceleration in the browser to see youtube videos unless one is watching videos in 4k with 10-12 tabs on. But then again, it's just my opinion and opinion differs.
    About MSI card, the 300 series from them is utter ¤¤¤¤, if I remember correctly, VRMs of those GPUs goes all the way up to 110 degree C, yes 110 degree so its no surprise that the GPU stays at about 60 degree while on youtube but definitely it is not preferable. Even when I ran dual GPU, the top one had a load temperature of that sort. And yes sub vendors often tweak stuffs to squeeze more performance out of it and hence higher temperature and power consumption might be the trade-off.
    Well the main reason why I keep the acceleration enabled is, this is the only time I can utilize a portion of the GPU which would otherwise be left unused, on Nvidia card specifically during game recording using Shadowplay or watching 720p/+ videos the Video Engine takes the load, which even while gaming doesn't do anything plus it seems to me that using hardware acceleration gives out a better result, maybe placebo but seems to me like that so I keep it enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    And to OP, you probably have a driver issue. I'd suggest you to try a clean install of windows with latest/most stable drivers first if you really want to dive deeper.
    I already re-installed the latest drivers to no avail. I will try re-installing the OS when i have more time



    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    You can also try making custom profiles(in the afterburner) for different scenarios(game/browsing) and leaving the gpu acceleration turned on(in the browser) if the cpu usage bothers you that much. From what I have heard in the internet, its kind of normal. Don't take my word for it though, I know nothing about hardware stuffs let alone amd.
    Already was using an underclocked profile but yeah I'm preferring the hardware acceleration option more

    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    By the way, you mentioned this only happens on certain videos, if its not a problem can you share the links via pm? One will do. I just want to check something.

    Pm-ed you on FB

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    About MSI card, the 300 series from them is utter ¤¤¤¤, if I remember correctly, VRMs of those GPUs goes all the way up to 110 degree C, yes 110 degree so its no surprise that the GPU stays at about 60 degree while on youtube but definitely it is not preferable. Even when I ran dual GPU, the top one had a load temperature of that sort. And yes sub vendors often tweak stuffs to squeeze more performance out of it and hence higher temperature and power consumption might be the trade-off.
    wat.... :O

    what about 970 zotacs and 390 sapphires... do u have any news about those? please

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    wat.... :O

    what about 970 zotacs and 390 sapphires... do u have any news about those? please
    Sapphire cards are dying too but never heard/seen any anything like reaching 110 degree or something.
    And don't have much experience with Zotac card either.

    check out the link
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...0,4178-11.html

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