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GTX 560 LOW FPS

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May 7, 2012 12:05:21 PM

Hello, I just got an ECS GTX 560 and it is showing a very poor performance against my old GTS 250.

My system is:
INTEL CORE I3
MB INTEL DP55WB
COOLER MASTER 550 PSU

I did test a lot of drivers as well running both windows 7 32 and 64

Run 3dmark 11... it shows only 3000 points, very low.

What can it be?

Maybe this PSU sux?

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May 7, 2012 12:25:24 PM

PSU won't drop your score... Does it pick your GTX 560 and not integrated graphics (if your i3 has it) maybe set something in your Nvidia Config or something? But besides that.. could you perhaps be more specific about your rig?
Intel Core i3 xxxx?
RAM?? @xxxxMhz??
etc.
and if i were u, i would always keep Windows 7 64 Bit installed if it's supported.
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May 7, 2012 12:33:12 PM

Hello Kemp!

Thx for the answer.

My System exactly is:

CPU INTEL CORE I3 530 2.93 GHZ
MB INTEL DP55WB
MEMORY KINGSTON 4GB DDR3 PC-3 10700U 1333MHZ
PSU COOLER MASTER RS-550-PCAR-E3
GPU ECS GTX 560 1GB
WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE 32 BITS

I really dont know whats going on here, I tested a lot of drivers, tested with windows 7 64 bits... and still very poor performance.


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May 7, 2012 12:53:00 PM

Is it only 3dmark what's giving a bad score? or is every game performing lower? I think that 3Dmark is testing it with your integrated graphics instead of your GTX560.. In Nvidia's Config panel you might find something to lock the graphics engine on GTX560 or something, otherwise maybe in PowerManagement.. I'm not really sure about it tho..
Is the performance worse than your GTX285 or just less of an improvement as espected... Maybe it's a CPU bottleneck?
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May 7, 2012 1:05:33 PM

I had a gts250 not a gtx285... not worse but just a bit better... I can't run WoW in Ultra with decent fps, or TERA online, or BF2 Bad company...

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May 7, 2012 4:33:25 PM

Well i'm not an expert.. but it might be that it's more of a CPU bottleneck then.. If u want to be sure u need to ask an expert.. but otherwise i would upgrade my CPU i guess.. :/ 
Sorry did know that but typed wrong card on accident :p 
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May 7, 2012 5:09:12 PM

Re-seat your card and power connectors and disable the onboard graphics through the BIOS.

gtx560 is a mid-range card and you do have an older dual-core CPU, so ultra settings is an unrealistic expectation in demanding games, but you shouldn't be getting less performance with a better card. That doesn't point to a CPU bottleneck, that points to a hardware or driver issue.
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May 8, 2012 5:14:46 AM

"Not worse but just a bit better" is what I understood.. :/ 
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