NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher 1.4.8

To modify the NVIDIA video driver to provide higher resolutions and regularity of updates, was developed NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher 1.4.8. By removing the 165 MHz pixel clock limit for single-channel DVI and HDMI, the 330 MHz limit for dual-channel DVI and the 400 MHz limit for SLI and GPUs 400/500 series, you can improve mining performance in general.

NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher 1.4.8

NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher Launch Procedure:

  • unzip nvlddmkm-patcher.zip

  • run nvlddmkm-patcher-full.exe.

  • to sign and correct, click “Yes” in the event that any limits are found. If the restriction is not found or matches are found, then the NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher will need to be updated.

  • Next, reboot the system.

Next you need to apply NVIDIA Pixel Clock Patcher 1.4.8by clicking “Yes” to restore the failed driver from the backup.

Using the GPU control panel, it is also possible to use the CRU utility for non-standard resolution, you will be able to set the frequencies for updating more.

You should not use a patcher when the following problems occur:

      1. Violation of HDCP support with a full patch. It should only be used when the pixel frequency exceeds 400 MHz for GPUs of the 400/500 series or SLI for GPUs of the 600/700 series up to 391,35.

      2. If the vertical cover is quite low, as well as the overall value, then in standby mode, NVIDIA cards do not modify the clock frequencies, reducing them.

3. If the pixel clock frequency exceeds 404 MHz, then the 400/500 series video cards do not reduce the clock frequency.

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