I turned the 6950 to 6970 and the fraps was 40 and now 10 Tags: Radeon Graphics Last response: December 30, 2011 12:48 PM in Graphics & Displays Share ati 6950 December 30, 2011 12:09:39 PM i turned the 6950 to 6970 and the fraps was 40 and now 10 from gbu z http://tpucdn.com/articles/159/images/after.gif I have followed the steps written here http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/overclocking/vidcar... What is the solution of the problem More about : turned 6950 6970 fraps beltzy December 30, 2011 12:20:09 PM What model 6950 did you use? There are no guarantees with BIOS flashes, and many vendors tried to take steps to curb this practice after it became wildly popular. If you have continued problems, I'd recommend flashing back to your original BIOS and running it as a 6950. mactronix December 30, 2011 12:48:37 PM This has been known to cause memory issues which could be what you are experiencing. Flashing Over clocking etc are never guaranteed. Revert to the old Bios and use the card as a 6950. Mactronix Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumFraps on Metro 2033 with 5770? Forum6970 stutters in skyrim Forum6970 Crossfire under performing? ForumGTX 560 ti, 570, Radeon 6950 or 6970 ? Objective help please! Forum6950 vs 570 Forum6970 vs 6950 ForumIs it worth upgrading from CF 5870's to CF 6950 's? ForumGtx 470 vs gtx 570 vs 6950 vs 6970 Forum6950 vs 6970 Forum37fps in BF3 on Ultra w/ 6950 Forum5760x1080 Eyefinity on HD 7870 ForumCrossfireX 6950 Problem Forum[Solved] [Solved] Gigabyte 6950 Draws No Power, help! Forum6950 and 3 monitors Forum6990 & 6970 vs 2x 7970 Forum[Solved] URGENT - HD 6870 vs HD 6950, price worth the performance? ForumPrice drop on the 6970 when 7970 releases? Forum[Solved] 6950 video card won't play BF3 ForumDriver and DirectX crash with flashed 6950? ForumDoes removing the logo sticker on a 6950 void the warranty? More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !