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Games are too fast

I have M2A-VM asus motherboard and AMD athalon 64 X2 processor and Nvidia Geforce 7300GT 512MB, and my games are running too fast rather than normal.
Updated bios
X2 gaming optimizer
updated Graphics card driver
updated all onboard devices drivers

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Lol what games are u talking about proably the way they should be compared to your buddies onbord one u know

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