Lenovo Y50 860M Throttling after Display Driver Crash? Idle Clocks do not change, Need Help! (Solved)

Matthew Manaloto

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Help, I had a display driver crash when I alt-tabbed out of Far Cry 4 and I force closed it. I then went on to try to play Cod: AW and noticed I was getting around 15 fps instead of the regular 40-60 fps I get when I'm plugged in. I restarted the computer twice and it still hasn't fixed the problem.

Does anyone know how to perform a hard reset on this which might help reset the hardware? The battery is sealed in.

Attached is a photo running furmark showing how the clocks are throttling along with Nvidia Inspector to monitor.


 

Matthew Manaloto

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Jul 10, 2014
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I fixed it guys! All I did is force shutdown the computer by holding down the power button. I did this again after I rebooted it and then I rebooted it and now the problem is solved. For anyone else having this issue, this is a simple fix!
 
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