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Lost 40 FPS in three days

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by wildmonkeys77, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. wildmonkeys77 New Member

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    My Specs:
    GPU: ATI x1900GT
    CPU: Smithfield Pentium D 805 2.7 ghz
    Memory: Corsair Dual-Channel 2GB DDR2
    Power SUpply: Rosewill 550W


    Last week I was consistantly getting about 50-60 FPS in WoW consistantly, now in exactly the same places I am getting about 25. I installed my graphics card about two weeks ago, the only thing I have changed in my system that I can remember is that I have changed my pagefile to 2.5GB and installed ATI Tray Tools, but in Tray Tools I don't remember making any changes at all. Last night I ran Doom3 full 1024x768 full settings cept no AA

    Help! Thanks a bunch
  2. JC316

    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    I bet when you installed tray tools, you said yes to turn off the clock switching program. Use crtl alt deletx and see if ati2evxx is running.
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    yeah I have two of those running, Imma see what I can do now
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    If that is running, it should be switching the clocks to 3d mode.
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    is that good?
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    Well, it's good and bad. Good because that option is elminated, bad because you are still having problems with them on.

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