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Games run slower

Hi i just bought a Nvidia 7800 from a friend I installed it and go to run fable and for some reason it runs slower on the new graphics card? what can i do to fix this?

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  • chrisjennell Jul 22, 2008

    ok thanks is there any solution to the problem?

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