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msi geforce gtx 770 TF 2 gb Low FPS (20-40 FPS) Upgraded from 750ti

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May 12, 2014 5:20:42 PM

Just replaced my power supply from Raidmax-500w (Came with case)
with a Thermaltake 700w TR2 as well as aN MSI gtx770 TF 2gg from the MSI gtx750ti.

This morning used the guru program to clear my drivers and installed a new driver. Everything seems to be up and running now.

I believe the driver I installed that worked was 335.23.
The driver before it was giving me a blue screen and had to restore.

My only Major issue now is I tried a few games including BF4 with custom settings (Ultra to Low) and this card is only running 30-40 fps and sometimes lower. The resolution on my
TV is at 1380x768 I believe and same on my 1600x900 monitor. The only time it even gets close to 60 is in menus.

Just curious if my MSI gtx 770 should perform better or if there is a way to fix this, because I even think my MSI gtx 750ti was performing the same or better than this for some reason.

Specs:

Case: RAIDMAX AEOLUS ATX-818WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Graphics: msi geforce gtx 770 TF 2 gb
CPU: amd a10-7850k
Motherboard: MSI A88X-G45 Gaming board
RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SDRAM D
Power Supply: Thermal take 700w tr2
HHD: Seagate 500gb.
Windows 8.1
May 12, 2014 6:32:52 PM

I have been reading up that it might be a common issue, but haven't resolved it yet.
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May 12, 2014 7:50:08 PM

Anybody ;) 
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May 12, 2014 9:06:05 PM

I had a similar problem and ended up fully restoring my PC to fix the problem :/  but I recently found out a big cause of fps loss for me was a setting in bios which was turned on after I ran Asus AI Suite 3. What it did was turn my CPU to run at its max clock of 3.4GHz at all times which I believed ate up all of the power and caused my graphics card to lose fps. My nova bench score while the bios setting was turned on was 1600, when I turned it off my score went up to 1780, and the only part of the score that changed was the graphics card score. (Fps before in nova bench about 2300, after it was 2700)
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May 12, 2014 9:19:23 PM

Make sure you have the latest bios updates, you could try resting your bios and reinstalling your motherboard drivers. Has this problem just started, or have you always had this problem? Do you remember installing any software that may have caused this problem? You could try restoring your system to an earlier date. What I did was create a system image of my files and then fully restored the hard drive containing windows to test to see if the problem was hardware related, and it ended up fixing the problem. I also have windows 8.1 and Msi gtx 770 twin frozr oc.
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May 12, 2014 9:49:45 PM

Thank you for your response matt,

Yesterday I did a system restore to clear up the driversthat were causing the blue screen on boot and would not go passed it ( windows logo boot then blank blue screen).

Once I restored it and updated to the 335.23 drivers it didn't give me anymore boot issues.

Not sure if it the problem just started, but the cards seems to be running like my 750ti before performance and fps wise and I read up that it should be a great improvement from it.

I have read up on individuals saying it might be a bios issue or maybe its running On the onboard graphics instead of the graphics card itself. I have read through numerous
Topics on tomshardware of similar issues and can't seem to understand what might be the cause.

I might attempt on updating the Bios and motherboard drivers. What is the process in doing so?

I FORGOT TO MENTION that this is a new PC build me and my cousin put together last week, and we decided to just exchange the card and PSU.
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May 13, 2014 12:46:44 AM

lilchiji said:
Just replaced my power supply from Raidmax-500w (Came with case)
with a Thermaltake 700w TR2 as well as aN MSI gtx770 TF 2gg from the MSI gtx750ti.

This morning used the guru program to clear my drivers and installed a new driver. Everything seems to be up and running now.

I believe the driver I installed that worked was 335.23.
The driver before it was giving me a blue screen and had to restore.

My only Major issue now is I tried a few games including BF4 with custom settings (Ultra to Low) and this card is only running 30-40 fps and sometimes lower. The resolution on my
TV is at 1380x768 I believe and same on my 1600x900 monitor. The only time it even gets close to 60 is in menus.

Just curious if my MSI gtx 770 should perform better or if there is a way to fix this, because I even think my MSI gtx 750ti was performing the same or better than this for some reason.

Specs:

Case: RAIDMAX AEOLUS ATX-818WB Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Graphics: msi geforce gtx 770 TF 2 gb
CPU: amd a10-7850k
Motherboard: MSI A88X-G45 Gaming board
RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SDRAM D
Power Supply: Thermal take 700w tr2
HHD: Seagate 500gb.
Windows 8.1


You are seeing no gains from the 770 because of the resolutions you play at. It is sitting idle waiting for your cpu to catch up.


At those resolutions the gtx 750 ti should have been a monster. It does 1080p @ respectful settings.

Thinking it was the gpu giving you low fps you upgraded your gpu, when in fact you should have upgraded your cpu - or significantly overclocked it -.
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May 13, 2014 7:07:22 AM

You may also be bottlenecking your card with that CPU. I run an i5 4670k with mine. You will probably have to upgrade your card if you want the full benefits out of your card. Check out this forum http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2098178/a10-7850...
When your CPU is at 100% what is your graphics card at?
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May 14, 2014 10:37:06 PM

Thanks for the response everyone. I think it may have a little bottlenecking issue, Matt how do I go about checking the CPU / GPU power? I think I may have the MSI afterburner program installed if I can do I it there.
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May 15, 2014 7:02:13 PM

lilchiji said:
Thanks for the response everyone. I think it may have a little bottlenecking issue, Matt how do I go about checking the CPU / GPU power? I think I may have the MSI afterburner program installed if I can do I it there.


MSI afterburner will work, just look at the power consumption while playing a game or running a benchmark. Also another good program for checking your GPU power consumption is called GPU- Z: http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/ And you can use CPU- Z for the CPU http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
To check for bottlenecking you can always just look into task manager while playing a game and take a note of what your cpu load and gpu load is at. If you have a bottleneck your cpu will almost always be working harder then your gpu.
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