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bad fps/other component creating bad performance. Tried graphics card in another computer and worked fine

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January 27, 2014 7:14:21 AM

i5 2320 @3 GHz
8GB
Gigabyte Windforce Nvidia GTX 780 Ti
2 TB HDD
Thermaltake 850W Bronze PSU
Mobo: Asus P8B75-V

Recently switched from AMD and reinstalled Windows 7

Is some part really bottlenecking me for some reason? I get about 30 fps on ultra in bf4 and 60 on fc3: blood dragon, the card is utilized completely (checked with gigabyte oc guru 2)
I can give fraps benchmarks if needed.

I tested it in my friend's computer and it got perfect 60-120 fps at MAX settings on 1920x1080 which is what I use.
His rig:
AMD FX-8350 @4.6GHz
Asus M5A99x Evo R2.0
Kingston hyperX predator 8 GB
Xfx Pro series 1000W 80+ Platinum
if graphics card matters: gtx 680 SLI

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January 27, 2014 7:22:55 AM

check that your motherboard running the newest bios file to rule out a bios bug. run gpu-z make sure the video card is seen and your using the nvidia gpu and not the onboard video. use cpu-z make sure your ram speed is set right.
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January 27, 2014 8:19:31 AM

smorizio said:
check that your motherboard running the newest bios file to rule out a bios bug. run gpu-z make sure the video card is seen and your using the nvidia gpu and not the onboard video. use cpu-z make sure your ram speed is set right.

my bios is up to date, gpu-z shows my gtx 780ti, I dont know about ram speed but you can take a look: http://gyazo.com/450fe499c063eebbc1bc4994a6c04ba8.png
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