You realize that fps constantly changes in most games, depending on the scene, level of action, temps, etc., right?
Go back to my first post and try everything recommended before the CCC settings. OC that card in 5-10 Hz until issue increases or is eliminated.
When performance "changes", often it is due to heat aka temps...attend to this variable as best you can with:
Absolutely pristine components...even fan blades, filters.
Good airflow design...research "positive/negative".
Upgrade fans to quieter, but more powerful designs. Add more fans...they're relatively cheap.
Be sure cpu and mobo temps are monitored. Increase cpu fan speeds and lower temps. Consider liquid cooling. Lower ambient temps if at all possible.
Research voltages for ALL your components. Not saying you need to change them, but you need to know about them. Read tfm. There is a section that discusses power management usually appropriate for overclocking adventures. Where in that chapter are those values set to? Read tfm...
Drivers CAN be issues of course, but always consider heat, voltage, dirt, design, component decisions.
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