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Very big gaming problem ! PLEASE HELP !

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July 5, 2010 1:00:51 PM

Hey everyone after a major system cleanup{using advanced system optimizer}
And also instaling the new 256 drivers for nvidia .
My framerate went down dramaticly.

What once was 50 fps is now 20 fps .

this are my specs :

intel core 2 quad q8200 at 2.3
4 gigabyte of ddr2
a nvidia gt220 {rebranded and downclocked 9500gt} 1gb ddr2 ,
vista home premiun 32 bit



could i have made a mistake instaling the new drivers or did i do something wrong at the system clean up

is it possible that i ruined my gpu becouse i overclocked it ? from 500 mhz core and memory, to 600 mhz core and memory
{other models of the gt220 are at 650 mhz core and memory: ..stock speeds.. }

Thank you in advance ,machiel

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a b Î Nvidia
July 5, 2010 1:14:23 PM

Hello
I think its either a driver problem or your OC not being stable, so here is what i recommend
Do a clean install of your Driver,here is how
download Driver sweeper(from guru3d.com,then
1_Go to control panel and uninstall the driver from there
2_Reboot and go to safemode and open driver sweeper and click "Nvidia" and click clean(this removes some files which weren't deleted)
3_Boot normally and Install the new driver(latest version)

As for your OC,revert it back to stock speeds and see if it helps
July 5, 2010 1:18:43 PM

Maziar said:
Hello
I think its either a driver problem or your OC not being stable, so here is what i recommend
Do a clean install of your Driver,here is how
download Driver sweeper(from guru3d.com,then
1_Go to control panel and uninstall the driver from there
2_Reboot and go to safemode and open driver sweeper and click "Nvidia" and click clean(this removes some files which weren't deleted)
3_Boot normally and Install the new driver(latest version)

As for your OC,revert it back to stock speeds and see if it helps



Thanx! im trying it now
a b Î Nvidia
July 5, 2010 2:32:25 PM

Maz, delete the OP other thread, please... :) 

Machielste: after that, report again to us...
July 6, 2010 7:08:41 PM

or just do a system restore..
a b Î Nvidia
July 6, 2010 8:15:50 PM

Quote:
new driver are not always good.

Right, but its always recommend to have the latest one(or some versions before the last) if you face a graphic-related problem
!