What is the problem here?
Is it that I'm just dumb and this means realtime current GPU clock settings, or is it really that low?
Custom Build | GAMMWARE-PC(My Own name and build)
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9300 @ 2.50GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.5GHz
3072MB RAM 667Mhz CL5
Samsung F2 HD101SI 1TB 5400RPM 32MB Cache Internal.(1)
ATI XFX 4890 | 1024MB | GDDR5 | XFX HD-489X-ZSFC
HP w1907 19" TFT Active Matrix | 1440x900p | 5MS
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_gdr.100618-1621)
Gigabyte EP45-UD3L w/ socket 775; DDR2
Aerocools PGS Vx-R Premium Black Gaming Case.
600 Watt Rosewill Value2 Series.
I have all the requirements I believe... Legit Windows, pretty good hardware, etc...
I know my RAM is ugly lol
One more thing, before I had the XFX ATI 4890 which I just got, I had a PNY NvIDIA 9600GSO 768MB GDDR3 and a 400 watt ultra generic PSU. I had a LOT of fps then. Now When I play games, I lag hard. All I did was improve my hardware, why does it want to fail on me?
I'm not computer idiot, I knows a lots abouts computers...
But this just stumps me.
Can you give me a solution... Overclocking it doesn't change the core clock either, only lowering it does, which just makes it worse. When I Re-Lock the GPU Overdrive it still stays at 300MHz, and I still lag just as much.