Nvidia says there’s a fix for a recently discovered issue were Discord being open in the background limited the performance of some graphics cards. According to as tweet from a company, the patch will download automatically when you log into Windows , so you won’t have to go through the trouble of manually downloading a graphics driver or other software update.
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The issue which affected systems with cards like the RTX 3080 and RTX 3060 Ti , was seemingly caused by a recent Discord update . It kept GPUs from reaching their maximum memory clocks, missing by around 200Mhz. That came with a slight performance penalty when playing games, which isn’t exactly ideal given that Discord is made to help you talk to friends while gaming.
According to as tweet from a company,
According to Nvidia
According to Nvidia , the fix comes as an app profile update . Before now , it was possible to manually apply it but the process was wasn’t exactly straightforward and involved downloading a profile manager and then exporting , editing , and re-importing profiles.