Bad performance with Gigabyte GTX 560 SOC

Hello. I have a question. But my system first.

Intel Core I5 2500K 3.33 ghz + Scythe Mugen 2 CPU cooler
Gigabyte Geforce Gtx 560 SOC
4GB DDR3 1333 mhz Geil ram
320 GB sata 2 hard disk
700W LC psu
Gigabyte PH67A-UD3 motherboard

I am a gamer. Would i get better performance if i buy Corsair 750W PSU? I heard that Corsair has much better PSU than LC. Games are running fast and there are no freezing or anything like that. But still, would the new PSU help to get more fps (frames per second)?

For example, i have average 66 fps in World in Conflict on max settings. So new PSU, more fps?

Looks like that there is no much improvment from my previous graphics card (Radeon HD 4870 512 MB).

What is wrong?

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  1. LC? never heard of the brand but corsair really did make good quality PSU. to answer your question: changing the PSU will not increase ingame performance. to me it seems that your PSU are working just fine. did the game run better on your old machine?
  2. There is almost no difference.
  3. what is your older machine spec? btw have you try comparing other games as well?
  4. The same, just Sapphire Radeon HD 4870.

    Some other games like Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Company of Heroes, Devil May Cry 4. I have more than 100 fps. Is World in Conlfict so heavy on this gpu or what? Game bug?
  5. so did the other games run faster than your previous 4870?
  6. Two GTX560's can be run on a 620w PSU so a 750w is overkill for just one anyway.
  7. 66fps is perfect for a strategy game, hell 30fps should already be enough for that kinda game.
  8. I think that games are a bit faster now. But i discovered that Call of Juarez Bound in Blood and Burnout Paradise are not working. With HD 4870 they worked.

    Call of Juarez Bound in Blood: To much bloom, i cant see anything.
    Burnout Paradise: Cant even go in game.

    Drivers are 270.61.

  9. Did you TOTALLY uninstall the ATI drivers? I killed like 9 games when i changed from 4850 in corssfire to 560ti, had to resinstall most of them.
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