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June 17, 2014 2:03:32 PM

Hi!
I have asus radeon R7 250 1gb ddr5, cpu: quadcore q9550 4x2.83ghz and 4GB of 800 mhz ram.
In COD4 i only have 30 fps on minimum settings, on maximum only have 24. Pls help me, what is the problem, i reinstalled the windows and installed the newest driver for graphics card. Is that card too weak for COD4? Is it possible? btw i have 305 watt psu, and my cpu temperature when it loads is 64(max can be 72 Celsius).

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June 30, 2014 10:30:09 AM

everything is on minimum settings, resolution is on 800x600 and i have only 30-35 fps, COD 4 is an older game, i think this card could handle it
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June 30, 2014 11:15:52 AM

You have only 305W PSU for all your config?! your lowest comes to 300W. You should have a min. of 400W!
Or Calculate with all your components on here-
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
and add 50-80W , it'll give your minimum requirement!
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July 4, 2014 8:22:07 AM

I calculated from this site: http://www.msi.com/power-supply-calculator/ and i got 305 W. If i add 50-80W i will get 355-385. Do you think i have a low PSU? Do yout think if i bought a new PSU my problem would go away? Thank you for your reply.
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July 5, 2014 8:10:03 AM

Yes, you have a low PSU. But PSU may not necessarily solve it though you should have chosen a higher PSU coz PSU never deliver the written output.
Also clear any dust from the CPU, GPU heat fins and the fans. Temp should be below 50'c when you start the PC and run idle!
Try clearing off all the unwanted processes from the task manager. And then try gaming, coz may be your CPU is running too much background processing.
Also try to run any other games.
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July 5, 2014 10:33:27 AM

I tried all of the above but none of them worked. When i start my PC the CPU is between 45-50 degrees. Thanks for the answers anyways, i will try it with a 500W power supply because nothing else can be the problem.(everything was tested)
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July 5, 2014 10:48:30 AM

alien20 said:
I tried all of the above but none of them worked. When i start my PC the CPU is between 45-50 degrees. Thanks for the answers anyways, i will try it with a 500W power supply because nothing else can be the problem.(everything was tested)


You may also try reinstalling the latest drivers by first using CC cleaner and uninstalling with DDU (display driver uninstaller) in safe mode. Then download and reinstal the latest drivers!
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