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Are these fps normal on my graphics card?

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December 16, 2013 7:56:30 PM

This is my pc:
CPU: i5-3570k (4.2hz at voltage 1.24) temps of 30 on idle and around 65 while stress on prime
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master EVO 212 HYPE
Motherboard: Asrock Extreme 4
GPU: Sapphire Radeon HD 7870 ( dual-x model overclocked at 1125/1350 at a voltage of 1.250) temps around 50 to 58 while stress
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 1600


So my question is if it is normal that I am getting fps of 38-41 in benchmarks like Heaven engine and 20-25 fps on games like the witcher 2 (ultra settings)?

Is this normal non this range of pc or is there something wrong?
December 16, 2013 8:01:44 PM

Should be around 50fps for Heaven engine 2.5 dx11 suspect overheating check your temp !
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December 16, 2013 8:55:46 PM

Since ur gpu is already factory overclocked, unlike mine cause I have a MSI 7870, leave it at that cause u might be overheating it and make sure all of ur AMD drivers are up to date and minimize as well as you can the amount of programs that u have running along with the games and benchmarks cause that can cause severe fps drops. Hope this helps a little. :) 
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December 16, 2013 9:07:25 PM

Well you can get a direct x update and check to ensure you got windows updated. YOu can get a driver sweeper and clean all the AMD driver and get CCleaner and get rid of all your temp files. And then update your addobe flash. restart pc then installed AMD video card driver and then used this enable force the PCIe 3.0 driver http://www.trickmasterpc.com/force-enable-gen3-pcie-3.h...
Then test your heaven 4.0 to see if it improve anything. worth a try.
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December 17, 2013 8:34:39 PM

MrAMD said:
Well you can get a direct x update and check to ensure you got windows updated. YOu can get a driver sweeper and clean all the AMD driver and get CCleaner and get rid of all your temp files. And then update your addobe flash. restart pc then installed AMD video card driver and then used this enable force the PCIe 3.0 driver http://www.trickmasterpc.com/force-enable-gen3-pcie-3.h...
Then test your heaven 4.0 to see if it improve anything. worth a try.


I updated the DirectX and Adobe drivers.
Also I checked the PCIe and it is 3.0 at x16. (The CCC that i have is the 13.9,which says that is up to date)

I haven't notice any improvement but I considered that it might just be the game so I runned a 3dmark11 benchmark and I got a score of P8061. are these good?
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December 18, 2013 9:09:49 AM

That is a low score http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4054470

What is your power supplies?

I would think that your video card is not doing it full job could be overheating or could be overlocked to much and some how it not doing the full job. I think you need to RMA that card back. Now if you are low on power then the card will not do the full job. It will take as much as it can from the power supplies. Try switching cable or make sure you are not pulling under one rail. Change the molex on different slots. Or your power supplies is not doing letting you to draw more power.

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December 18, 2013 7:26:53 PM

MrAMD said:
That is a low score http://www.3dmark.com/3dmv/4054470

What is your power supplies?

I would think that your video card is not doing it full job could be overheating or could be overlocked to much and some how it not doing the full job. I think you need to RMA that card back. Now if you are low on power then the card will not do the full job. It will take as much as it can from the power supplies. Try switching cable or make sure you are not pulling under one rail. Change the molex on different slots. Or your power supplies is not doing letting you to draw more power.




I have a Antec 550W power supply http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... Is that enough?

What you mean by pulling under one rail?
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