f.lux appears to break nvidia auto-idle

  • hi

    after several days of thinking nvidia was the culprit, or even msi afterburner, i think f.lux is the problem

    when i exit from gaming, the video clocks remain steadfastly at gaming levels (mildly overclocked gtx760 with nvidia drivers 388.43-desktop-win8-win7-64bit-international-whql), but resets to idle on reboot, either with or without afterburner involved (that is, overclocked or left to stock settings)

    turning off flux seems to consistently solve this

    is there a solution at your end, as i like the concept and execution of f.lux, but i am not prepared to reboot after any 3-d program triggers higher clock rates that then remain without "turn it off and turn it on again" as the solution

    thanks for any help

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