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I just bought a (used) 9800 GTX+, and am very disappointed with the framrates I'm getting... Portal 2 on lowest settings gets me min 0FPS max 191FPS avg 23.756FPS 0.o I did a dxdiag log for you to...

Hi,Your Possibly Correct In the bottle-necking Theory.Could be CPU Vs GPU Speed, Or GPU Vs FSB Speed.The cards, Usually Have Their Own Onboard Ram. GDDR3 et,c.Also check Direct X And Direct Draw Drivers et,c.Dependant On The MotherBoards Data transfer rate, Single/Dual channel Memory Modes.Also Speed Of Hard Disks Transfer rates. Any Of These Lagging, will Reduce Performance.
Hope I,ve pointed You In The right Direction ?
Mike @ Compurepair.

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Hello, I just bought a Toshiba laptop.Then I downloaded this game called World of Tanks, but my laptop cant handle the graphics and details and it gets an avg of 3 fps which really bugs me. But im still...

Laptops in general usually have weaker graphics cards. You don't mention the model of the Toshiba laptop you have, so I can't really tell what graphics chipset is used in your case. If it's an old laptop (i.e. you bought it second-hand) then it's possible that there's not much you can do about it. On the other hand, if it's a relatively modern model (released in the last 2-3 years) it should have enough horse-power to play games, albeit in lower resolutions/details than a desktop graphics card.
Make sure you have the latest graphics driver installed for your model (and Windows version). Again, since you don't mention which model that is, I cannot give you a specific link to get it from. Try Toshiba's website and go from there.
You can find the model name underneath the laptop, usually on a silver sticker near a corner.
Hope that helps!

Mar 13, 2011 | Toshiba (5105-S701) Graphic Card

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Video problem or display

its possible that your graphics adapter might be malfunctioning.....

Feb 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Graphics card shuts of in middle of game

make sure you have the correct, updated drivers for the card, try the card on another system, otherwise it is a os error, start up your system, go to the bois, reset the bois to default, reinstall the os u have, and the driver if it doesnt work the card is faulty or your motherboaur pci express slots, u can also try puting more fans inside or, get better cooling systemthe card might be over heating then kicks out to protect you, or the game is corrupt, if it is a cracked version, rather buy orginal or install the latest updates ?

Oct 08, 2009 | Evga NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285,, PCI Express...

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Why don't you just buy a nvidia there better. What are the specs of your computer and what slot type do you use for your motherboard. Also what is your psu you will most likely need 400 to 600watt

Jul 19, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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How do I replace the video card on my emachine T6528

To replace the video card:

  1. Make sure everything is unplugged and computer is on a table. (Static is a bad thing)
  2. Remove the left side panel (should be 3 screws on the back)
  3. Panel usually slides back then pops off.
  4. Video card should be about halfway down.
  5. With the computer on it's side, remove the screw holding the old video card in.
  6. Pull the old card out. (might be a tab at the base of card)
  7. Put new card in. (Careful not to push too hard)
  8. Make sure all screws are put back in there proper place.
  9. Reconnect all cables. (Power cable should be last)
  10. Boot up the computer and install the drivers for the new card.
Now where's my $150???? LOL Kind of ridiculous what they charge for simple tasks. I'm not sure, but I think this voids the warranty on emachines?

Mar 11, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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To get to device manager, open windows control panel. Double left click the System icon. Once the System Properties window opends click the Hardware tab & than click the Device Manager button. If this does not open at any point or you can not get there at all. Your operating system is damanged & you will need to reinstall it. Your system may be infected with a virus or worm. If it is, windows system restore is also infected & you can not use win system restore.
Run a full system virus scan with an "up to date scanner".
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Hi mango..

Your problem is beginning to bug ME!

Did you install the motherboard drivers when you reinstalled the operating system? This is the only thing that I can think of that may need doing from your description (you didn't mention doing this).

If not, try doing that. If you don't have your disk, try a Google search with the following string:

(Brand Name) (Model Number) +driver

This should bring up some sites that list your motherboard drivers.

Another way would be to use Windows Update and choose Custom (instead of Express) Install and select all the Drivers and Optional elements (as well as any Priority elements).

I think I have already asked this - Is there only 1 Video Adapter listed in Device Manager? If not, Disable the one that you don't want to use.

As regards viruses, I recommend using AVG Free - it is a good antivirus program that updates Definitions daily - and best of all, it is free! You will still need to do a full System scan at least once a month to catch any viruses that slipped through before the Definitions were updated though (same as for any antivirus program).

Let me know how you go.

May 12, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Are the ATI drivers installed and updated?

Feb 10, 2008 | ATI Graphic Card

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Installation Woes!

You may have two problems (interrelated are always messy and it's easy to get confused).
First I suggest you address the USB problem...delete the device and restart your machine. Have the mobo cd handy. When the plug and play routine starts first try pointing it to everywhere but the may get lucky and find it at Microsoft or somewhere on your machine already.

Secondly use windows explorer and delete any folder that contained installation information about the "green box up101",

Next create a clean this (and you may think it's unnecessary) first run either AVG or Avast on your entire computer, next get rid of malware and even some trojans not detectable by these programs...use SPYBOT, next use Ccleaner to both get rid of junk and registry leftovers...use both the application and windows cleaning functions (don't check the uninstall box section or uncheck if it's checked), next try Wise Registry cleaner (just fix the green items). Now run a thorough scandisk. All the programs are free off the net....cnet downloads or freewarefiles as example locations. Why did I put you through all of this....because if it doesn't work when you now attempt to reinstall we at least know that other stuff is not doing to you.

This process should result in success unless the hardware is bad....(doubtful based on what you have stated). Hope this helps....have fun for a couple of hours and don't stay awake for the thorough scandisk process. Tango.

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