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Builded my own pc, got all drivers and BIOS updated, but still something is wrong!

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April 16, 2013 3:32:33 AM

Hi! I recently build my own pc, and i've got all drivers and my BIOS updated, but still i get massive lag in games. It's quite strange, because when I play BF3 it works perfectly through the campaign, until I go online. When i do, the fps drops to like maybe 35-40, but in campaign i've got maybe 60-80, and changing the graphics settings doesn't do any good. It looks like i run newer games better than old, like Fallout NV isn't playable at all. When that is said, also when i play Borderlands 2 (wich is one of the newer games), I often get lag. It actually looks like the fps drops when i meet an npc in games. I updated all my drivers and the BIOS multiple times, and then i ran a program called uniblue driverscanner, wich scans your computer for outdated drivers, and then installs them. I'm wondering if this hole problem could be caused by the cpu, but i realy don't know. Iv'e got issue for a looong time, please help! (PS) My specs are:
Gigabyte 970A-UD3-mobo
Asus hd 7850-graphics
GS 600w corsair-psu
4gb XMS3 ddr3-ram
AMD FX 4100-cpu
1TB seagate-hdd
April 16, 2013 4:32:39 AM

3nter said:
Hi! I recently build my own pc, and i've got all drivers and my BIOS updated, but still i get massive lag in games. It's quite strange, because when I play BF3 it works perfectly through the campaign, until I go online. When i do, the fps drops to like maybe 35-40, but in campaign i've got maybe 60-80, and changing the graphics settings doesn't do any good. It looks like i run newer games better than old, like Fallout NV isn't playable at all. When that is said, also when i play Borderlands 2 (wich is one of the newer games), I often get lag. It actually looks like the fps drops when i meet an npc in games. I updated all my drivers and the BIOS multiple times, and then i ran a program called uniblue driverscanner, wich scans your computer for outdated drivers, and then installs them. I'm wondering if this hole problem could be caused by the cpu, but i realy don't know. Iv'e got issue for a looong time, please help! (PS) My specs are:
Gigabyte 970A-UD3-mobo
Asus hd 7850-graphics
GS 600w corsair-psu
4gb XMS3 ddr3-ram
AMD FX 4100-cpu
1TB seagate-hdd


What resoloution and settings are you playing in the multiplayer?
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April 16, 2013 5:16:12 AM

ciaranmc2011 said:
3nter said:
Hi! I recently build my own pc, and i've got all drivers and my BIOS updated, but still i get massive lag in games. It's quite strange, because when I play BF3 it works perfectly through the campaign, until I go online. When i do, the fps drops to like maybe 35-40, but in campaign i've got maybe 60-80, and changing the graphics settings doesn't do any good. It looks like i run newer games better than old, like Fallout NV isn't playable at all. When that is said, also when i play Borderlands 2 (wich is one of the newer games), I often get lag. It actually looks like the fps drops when i meet an npc in games. I updated all my drivers and the BIOS multiple times, and then i ran a program called uniblue driverscanner, wich scans your computer for outdated drivers, and then installs them. I'm wondering if this hole problem could be caused by the cpu, but i realy don't know. Iv'e got issue for a looong time, please help! (PS) My specs are:
Gigabyte 970A-UD3-mobo
Asus hd 7850-graphics
GS 600w corsair-psu
4gb XMS3 ddr3-ram
AMD FX 4100-cpu
1TB seagate-hdd


What resoloution and settings are you playing in the multiplayer?




Well, iv'e tried changing both the settings and the resolution, but doesn't seem to work, but if you wanna know I set the settings to medium/high and the highest resoulution.
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