How to disable GTX 580 Power Throttling / reduced clock speeds fix

If you want to squeeze your Nvidia Geforce GTX 580 power to the last drop , then this is for you and of course use it at your own risk .
techpowerup guys managed to find a solution for the Power Throttling technology available on the high end Nvidia graphic card GTX 580 using just a command line on GPU-Z :

The reference design board, however, made use of a clock speed throttling logic which reduced clock speeds when an extremely demanding 3D application such as Furmark or OCCT is run. While this is a novel way to protect components saving consumers from potentially permanent damage to the hardware, it does come as a gripe to expert users, enthusiasts and overclockers, who know what they're doing.
It is a new command-line argument for GPU-Z, that's "/GTX580OCP". Start the GPU-Z executable (within Windows, using Command Prompt or shortcut), using that argument, and it will disable the clock speed throttling mechanism. For example, "X:gpuz.exe /GTX580OCP" It will stay disabled for the remainder of the session, you can close GPU-Z. It will be enabled again on the next boot.
How to disable GTX 580 Power Throttling / reduced clock speeds fix How to disable GTX 580 Power Throttling / reduced clock speeds fix Reviewed by Maherr Live on Sunday, November 14, 2010 Rating: 5