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July 1, 2013 10:45:50 PM

I am getting 35-60fps in crysis 2 on highest setting. and 40-70fps in max payne 3 on highest settings.
In ac3 i was getting 40-80fps before boston but in and after boston i am getting 18-20fps(same as my old 9400gt),
if i lower setting or set to very high i am getting sam low fps.
one more thing is i was getting low fps in gta iv on 9400gt with no lag.
but with gtx 650 i am getting good fps but it lags as hell.
my spec: c2d e7400@2.8ghz, 2gb ddr2 ram, zotac gtx 650 1gb.

if u think it is bottlenecking of cpu then watch this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIcWyXTDXbM

edit: i was having 3gb ram(2gb + 1gb) with 9400gt before gtx 650. now i have 2gb as 1gb was faulty. is it ram bottlenecking. OS is windows 7 ultimate x86.

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July 1, 2013 11:30:45 PM

gamepoint said:
I am getting 35-60fps in crysis 2 on highest setting. and 40-70fps in max payne 3 on highest settings.
In ac3 i was getting 40-80fps before boston but in and after boston i am getting 18-20fps(same as my old 9400gt),
if i lower setting or set to very high i am getting sam low fps.
one more thing is i was getting low fps in gta iv on 9400gt with no lag.
but with gtx 650 i am getting good fps but it lags as hell.
my spec: c2d e7400@2.8ghz, 2gb ddr2 ram, zotac gtx 650 1gb.

if u think it is bottlenecking of cpu then watch this video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIcWyXTDXbM

edit: i was having 3gb ram(2gb + 1gb) with 9400gt before gtx 650. now i have 2gb as 1gb was faulty. is it ram bottlenecking. OS is windows 7 ultimate x86.


is there anyone who can really solve my problem
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July 1, 2013 11:44:57 PM

same fps on low and high strongly indicates a CPU bottleneck. as the load gets easier for the gpu it can put out more FPS but if they CPU can not keep up then your FPS will stay the same.
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July 2, 2013 12:16:48 AM

Your graphics card seems to be normal considering your other specs.

You WILL have bottlenecking and stuttering at various times due to:
a) your CPU
b) your low RAM amount

There really is no way around this aside from replacing the motherboard, CPU and getting at least 4GB (8GB preferred) of DDR3 1600MHz RAM.

*I see why you linked the video, but I'm going to go on record saying he's LYING because he says he can get over 60FPS without FRAPS at ULTRA HIGH settings. NFW. I had to tweak the quality slightly to maintain 60FPS and I've got a GTX680 (1200MHz), i7-3770K @4.2GHz and 16GB DDR3 2133MHz.

So ignore that video.

**Check out this link. The two top benchmarks show one to demonstrate CPU bottlenecks (many different CPU's) and the 2nd one shows GPU bottlenecks (one good CPU, different graphics cards):
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1759...

Look how much a poor CPU can bottleneck things. (I'm not sure exactly where his CPU fits in but it appears to be below the 30FPS mark).

Here's a Passmark graph as well. While games vary by how they become bottlenecked by a CPU this at least shows quite a difference in generic performance scores:
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core2+Duo...
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