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Power Saving Mode Problem While Playing High Graphics Games

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March 17, 2013 11:05:52 PM

I have A gaming Pc which Is Lenovo K330B IdeaCentre

The Specs Are AMD Radeon HD 6750 Graphics
Chip type : AMD Radeon Graphics processor (0x68BE)
Current Display Mode : 1920 x1080 (32bit) (60Hz) ManuFacturer: Advance Micro Devices,Inc
Dac type : Internal DAC(400MHz)
Proccessor: Intel(r) Core(Tm)i5-2310 CPU @2.90Ghz RAM : 8.00GB 64 bit OS Running on Window 7 home premium ...


Well the problem is I am playing A game called battlefield 3 on my gaming desktop,but after 5-10 minutes,it goes to power saving mode. the settings are in high resolution 1920 x , 1440 x.it does not even works when it is lower settings.

here are the things I tried but did not even work:
Goes to Power Option, Change Plan Set All to never
I downloaded HwMonitor and check if it's on high Temperature but it's ok which is above 50'C
Clean dust Inside CPU still don't Work

Now After all those , What driver should I download to Avoid getting to Power Saving Mode? Are there Any missing drivers? Do I need to Update it?

March 17, 2013 11:23:28 PM

maybe it's a temp issue. try to monitor your temp while playing, or maybe its your psu
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March 17, 2013 11:27:17 PM

Cons29 said:
maybe it's a temp issue. try to monitor your temp while playing, or maybe its your psu


Do i need to replace a new one?
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March 17, 2013 11:42:23 PM

well, your card is not that high in terms of performance, so a new psu might not be needed (but if you are using generic, is it recommended to get a better psu). get msi afterburner (or something similar), and monitor the temps in-game.

try using lower settings, see what happens
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March 23, 2013 6:49:01 AM

Lower Settings Still don't work
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March 23, 2013 6:51:36 AM

I've downloaded msi afterburner I better try it soon thnks! :D 
Cons29 said:
well, your card is not that high in terms of performance, so a new psu might not be needed (but if you are using generic, is it recommended to get a better psu). get msi afterburner (or something similar), and monitor the temps in-game.

try using lower settings, see what happens


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