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is this a normal gtx 690 valley score?

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November 21, 2013 10:57:36 AM

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this is my score, ive been getting v low fps in all games, 40 bf3, 30 crysis 3 ect and i was wondering if this score is similar to others with this set-up.
if possible could someone diagnose my issue, i get massive fps drops when looking at fires,explosions,lots of people,large views ect. my fps used to be normal a few months ago but has gradually got worse.

Thank you for your time.
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a c 254 U Graphics card
a c 91 Î Nvidia
November 21, 2013 11:01:59 AM

You need to post your computers specs as it may not always be the video card. CPU, ram , power supply, motherboard and hdd. What monitor and resolution? What in game settings ?
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November 21, 2013 11:13:20 AM

my cpu is i7 3770k @ stock 3.50ghz 16gb corsair dominator platinum @ 2.4ghz 4gb vram. 680watt be-quiet modular psu, 1920x1080 24" monitor
all games but crysis are at default max crysis at very high
hdd:160mbs no ssd 2tb


hope this helps.:) 
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November 21, 2013 11:23:50 AM

I can't read a file off your Pc, if you post a link it has to be web based. Motherboard? HDD? "16gb corsair dominator platinum @ 2.4ghz 4gb vram" ?

The processor is an unlocked model so by overclocking it you may get rid of the lag.
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November 21, 2013 12:05:10 PM

i had no lag probs a few months ago without oc. vram= video ram hdd is a segate baracuda 2tb green
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November 21, 2013 12:05:45 PM

all drivers are up to date btw
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a c 254 U Graphics card
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November 21, 2013 12:19:43 PM

Sometimes a bios issue can cause problems with the Pci-e slots and video cards. I had an issue last year where a Gigabyte board with three way SLI started having problems with games crashing. This was very high end components so games should not be crashing and video cards should not have trouble working. I ended up with all three video cards not working and sending the motherboard to the manufacturer for diagnosis since I couldn't figure out what was wrong. They told me it was a defective bios chip , it was replaced and the board worked fine as did the video cards.
This may not be your issue but it shows that there are a number of things that can affect the video card and it's performance. Yes your card was working fine a few months ago but things can go defective at any time or a bios file can get corrupted for some unexplained reason.
If your knowlegable with updating the bios then give it a shot to see if that helps, you don't necessarily have to go for the latest file but one just above what you have just to see if that helps.
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November 21, 2013 12:34:53 PM

inzone said:
Sometimes a bios issue can cause problems with the Pci-e slots and video cards. I had an issue last year where a Gigabyte board with three way SLI started having problems with games crashing. This was very high end components so games should not be crashing and video cards should not have trouble working. I ended up with all three video cards not working and sending the motherboard to the manufacturer for diagnosis since I couldn't figure out what was wrong. They told me it was a defective bios chip , it was replaced and the board worked fine as did the video cards.
This may not be your issue but it shows that there are a number of things that can affect the video card and it's performance. Yes your card was working fine a few months ago but things can go defective at any time or a bios file can get corrupted for some unexplained reason.
If your knowlegable with updating the bios then give it a shot to see if that helps, you don't necessarily have to go for the latest file but one just above what you have just to see if that helps.


im currently in the flashing process, lets hope it worls
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November 22, 2013 8:24:34 AM

Unfortunately there has been no difference after bios flash.

I also neglected to mention that while running intensive programs windows tells me to change colour scheme to basic. ive been told that this is caused by an increased use in video memory. however the gtx 690 comes with 4 gb of video memory.
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