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800$ PC Problem with games
09-15-2013, 06:12 AM,
#1
800$ PC Problem with games
hello,
my pc :

CPU : i5-3570
Board: B75.M gigabyte
RAM : G.Skill 2x4 Gb 1600
GPU : GTX 760 Gigabyte
PSW : Seasonic Eco 500
Case : NZXT 921RB Guardian
HDD :Western Digital (WD) Caviar BLUE WD10EZEX 1TB SATA 6Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache HDD

my problem with games is when for example , Battlefield 3 game
all settings are ultra , when i move my mouse to look around and moving by the character in the same time , i feel a little bit laggy , i don't know why,
and saint row v too , it's very good at ultra settings 1920x1080 , but for example , when i am moving fast by a car and drift left , it lag a little bit

Maybe it's from the hard ? take time to load textures ? i really don't know
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09-15-2013, 09:09 AM,
#2
Re: 800$ PC Problem with games
Have you tried lowering the settings just a little bit and if so did it help or no difference?

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09-15-2013, 12:24 PM,
#3
Re: 800$ PC Problem with games
Is AA and or AF or similar settings enabled in the NVIDIA control panel? If yes, lower those settings or change them for higher performance settings.

You can try lowering settings in the games if the above tip doesn't help.

Do you have the latest video card drivers from Nvidia website?

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09-15-2013, 08:05 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-15-2013, 08:16 PM by Remos2010.)
#4
RE: 800$ PC Problem with games
(09-15-2013, 09:09 AM)Phrosty Wrote: Have you tried lowering the settings just a little bit and if so did it help or no difference?

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yes and no difference.

(09-15-2013, 12:24 PM)MathieuB Wrote: Is AA and or AF or similar settings enabled in the NVIDIA control panel? If yes, lower those settings or change them for higher performance settings.

You can try lowering settings in the games if the above tip doesn't help.

Do you have the latest video card drivers from Nvidia website?

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i disabled V-Sync and AA and AF , and low the graphic no difference
yea i have the latest driver , see that's the graphic settings

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i would like to mention that i use DVI to VGA converter
http://im41.gulfup.com/COBKI.jpg
because my monitor is : Samsung SyncMaster SA100 21.5"
doesn't support DVI , just VGA only.
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09-15-2013, 08:16 PM,
#5
RE: 800$ PC Problem with games
Anti-Aliasing is AA, lower that setting. Same thing with Filter mode (set to anisotropic 16x).

It's usually a good idea to leave V-Sync on, that sync your video card with your monitor and reduce/eliminates screen tearing.
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09-18-2013, 10:08 AM,
#6
RE: 800$ PC Problem with games
i have made i video , sorry for bad quality
http://youtu.be/fVZxJAEHAsU
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09-24-2013, 12:13 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-24-2013, 12:17 PM by Rapajez.)
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RE: 800$ PC Problem with games
It doesn't make sense that lowering all of those settings doesn't make any difference in your frame-rate. Things didn't seem too choppy in the YouTube link. You could try lowering every setting in there, and raising them one-by-one, until you find the culprit.

You may just be at the limit of what your PC can crank out. Maybe it's not your GPU, but your CPU that's the bottleneck?

Couple other ideas:

Make sure the GPU is in the fastest x16 slot. Check the motherboard manual, but it's usually the one closest to the CPU.

Update your motherboard BIOS to the latest version. (Be careful and read all instructions on the vendor's website before doing this.)

Check for any crazy errant processes running in the background? Go to task manager ("type Task Manager" into the windows search bar). Click "Running Processes", and then click "CPU" to sort by CPU usage. Anything running high in there that you don't recognize?

Try temporarily disabling your virus scanner?

Get a little more horsepower by overclocking your GPU. Google for some guides, it's pretty easy compared to OC'ing your CPU. If that doesn't help, you can also try OC'ing the CPU. I know you have the "locked" i5, but I believe you can still crank it up a couple notches in the BIOS. Be sure to read all the warnings and use the recommended software to monitor your temperatures.

Good luck!
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