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Msi 560 Ti twin frozr 2gb Low FPS

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October 18, 2011 4:16:54 AM

Hi guys,

I've got a new Msi 560ti twin frozr ii 2gb model yesterday. Fps performance for Starcraft is about 18min - 50max on avg 32fps. Forceware 280.

On same settings as my stock hd5850 but 5850 gave me 45min - 60+max avg 55fps. Ati driver on 11.8.


All drivers are cleaned by driver sweeper before installing new ones.

Doesn't matter for me to set lowest settings on Starcraft or nvidia control panel or max out everything with aa and af.


I know 560ti is not a very big jump from 5850 but frame rates are very different.


Running on q9400 core2quad stock, Asus p5q3 wifi mobo, 8gb 1600mhz Kingston hyperX, boot from intel ssd. Game from western digital black. Powered by CoolerMaster silent pro gold 80+ 1200w, running on 1920x1080.
Windows 7 64bit.


Please help, I'm very very confused.
a c 88 U Graphics card
October 18, 2011 10:15:31 AM

Check in your Nvidia control panel if the power settings are set to performance and not adaptive, also try forcing vertical sync off and see if there is any difference.
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October 18, 2011 10:20:19 AM

Tried both. NO difference. Nvidia cOntrol everything set to low, 40fps. Everything default or high, 35 fps average. Afterburner shows gpu 90+% temp at 60-70'C
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a c 88 U Graphics card
October 18, 2011 10:27:33 AM

Sorry I just realised you said you tried driver sweeper....my bad
Are the clock speeds in Afterburner correct to the cards specs?
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October 18, 2011 10:41:47 AM

Yup. It's the same specs as written on msi website. I'm suspecting a buggy windows or a driver conflict. Reinstalling windows and try again
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a c 88 U Graphics card
October 18, 2011 10:51:24 AM

Yeah might be the only way to fix it , goodluck hope it corrects the problem.
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October 18, 2011 4:56:00 PM

Didn't help. Even after troublesome format my SSS and install fresh windows7. I'm removing forceware 280 and using 266 provided by msi disc. Hope it helps. My Fren using gtx460 is getting 70+ fps average on Starcraft when I'm playing with him. And sometimes I dropped to 28 fps and he still at 48fps.

I'm starting to feel like this is so crap. When I buy this nvidia, I'm not looking too much about price performance but the drivers stability. Yet this happens.


FML?
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October 19, 2011 11:01:04 AM

I'm going to get my friend( the one who owns a gtx460 ). If it works for him, that would be my hardware issue. If it performs lower than his 460, I'm going to send it back tomorrow and replace it with a MSI Radeon 6950 Twin Frozr III 2gb. Flash the bios, over clock it. Add voltage, and overclock it some more.

It would then spell the end of me ever getting anot
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October 19, 2011 11:01:54 AM

I'm going to get my friend( the one who owns a gtx460 ). If it works for him, that would be my hardware issue. If it performs lower than his 460, I'm going to send it back tomorrow and replace it with a MSI Radeon 6950 Twin Frozr III 2gb. Flash the bios, over clock it. Add voltage, and overclock it some more.

It would then spell the end of me ever getting another Nvidia card.

Ati always have buggy catalyst. But doesn't make my games runs below 30fps with the same settings.

Sigh, I still hope to solve this 560ti and try out cuda/physX.
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