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Small problem with my gaming pc

Hi Guys,

I recently bought this Gaming PC.
i5 4570 3.2Ghz
Gigabyte G1.Sniper B5
8 GB DDR3 1333
MSI GTX 660 Twin Frozr III
Cooler Master 475 EX2

My problem is that when i play some games like Batman Arkham Origins and Call of Duty Ghost with max setting, there is a FPS drop like 60 to 30 at some certain points. My monitor res is 1366 X 768. Before i bought this PC I read lot of reviews and comments on those parts which was a great choice for mid range gaming PC which can max out most of the games. How can I troubleshoot this problem. Please help me out.
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    Hi, your PC build seems great. And it should not be facing that with gtx660.

    here see this
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_660_Twin_Frozr_III/7.html

    I am thinking it could be PSU not delivering enough power?
    DO you have access to another PSU from a friend or someone else ?
    If yes, you can try changing the PSU and test again.
    I have very low config as compared to yours and I was able to play Arkham City at 1360x76 with minimal lags.
    So Do check the PSU and also Run a memtest for RAM.
    If you find a solution and cause Please report back so that we can see what was the cause.
    Good luck. :D
  2. karan28 said:
    Hi, your PC build seems great. And it should not be facing that with gtx660.

    here see this
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_660_Twin_Frozr_III/7.html

    I am thinking it could be PSU not delivering enough power?
    DO you have access to another PSU from a friend or someone else ?
    If yes, you can try changing the PSU and test again.
    I have very low config as compared to yours and I was able to play Arkham City at 1360x76 with minimal lags.
    So Do check the PSU and also Run a memtest for RAM.
    If you find a solution and cause Please report back so that we can see what was the cause.
    Good luck. :D


    Thank you for that valuable tip. I'll definitely give a feed back.
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