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HELP %100 Gpu Usage in Games leads to extremely low fps!

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October 20, 2013 2:29:20 PM

In some games such as hl2, lol, etc. I get extremely low fps and even have to lower the settings and resolution while in other games such as bf4 and civ 5 I still get normal fps on the same settings.
For the basics I have a i5 2500k and a 7770.
I checked up on msi afterburner and on some games I have %100 gpu usage and I am just getting extremely low fps.
The only change that I did was that I installed the 13.9 amd gpu driver for bf4, what the heck is going on my system, and how do I fix this.
October 20, 2013 7:54:27 PM

Do you have a lot of pgms starting at bootup and running in the background? Check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked.
Try running CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry both. If you have a cluttered system, you may want to run it more than once; until it comes back clean. http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner
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October 20, 2013 10:53:59 PM

The 13.9 Drivers must be the CULPRIT.

1. try uninstalling using REVO UNISTALLER http://www.revouninstaller.com/ [it performs a clean unisntall including registry] and re-installing both Minecraft and LOL. Minecraft runs fine on my laptop with Intel HD3000 :p 

2.If the problem still persists , then the 13.9 drivers is the sure CULPRIT. Try to roll back to previous drivers and then try :) 

Good Luck .
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October 21, 2013 5:32:01 PM

Ghostface1994 said:
The 13.9 Drivers must be the CULPRIT.

1. try uninstalling using REVO UNISTALLER http://www.revouninstaller.com/ [it performs a clean unisntall including registry] and re-installing both Minecraft and LOL. Minecraft runs fine on my laptop with Intel HD3000 :p 

2.If the problem still persists , then the 13.9 drivers is the sure CULPRIT. Try to roll back to previous drivers and then try :) 

Good Luck .


There is possibly another problem I installed a fxaa injector to my computer. Is that the problem?
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October 21, 2013 5:32:13 PM

clutchc said:
Do you have a lot of pgms starting at bootup and running in the background? Check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked.
Try running CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry both. If you have a cluttered system, you may want to run it more than once; until it comes back clean. http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner


There is possibly another problem I installed a fxaa injector to my computer. Is that the problem?
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October 21, 2013 5:54:15 PM

ScatterVolt said:
clutchc said:
Do you have a lot of pgms starting at bootup and running in the background? Check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked.
Try running CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry both. If you have a cluttered system, you may want to run it more than once; until it comes back clean. http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner


There is possibly another problem I installed a fxaa injector to my computer. Is that the problem?


Disable it and see if it makes a difference. I'm not familiar with that tool. But if it adds greater AA, it will eat frame rate.
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October 22, 2013 8:12:27 PM

clutchc said:
ScatterVolt said:
clutchc said:
Do you have a lot of pgms starting at bootup and running in the background? Check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked.
Try running CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry both. If you have a cluttered system, you may want to run it more than once; until it comes back clean. http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner


There is possibly another problem I installed a fxaa injector to my computer. Is that the problem?


Disable it and see if it makes a difference. I'm not familiar with that tool. But if it adds greater AA, it will eat frame rate.


But I don't know, I just deleted it from my system?
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