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New graphics card seems to be running games slower

My new graphics card (Nvidia 7800 gt) is running my games slower for some reason. Is there anyway to fix this? Thanks

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  • chrisjennell Jul 21, 2008

    it was running fine on my old nvidia 6150 when i switched it to the 7800 the resolution got messed up and my games didnt seem to run as fast or right. Maybe it needs more power? The card is pretty big and this isnt a gaming pc a bigger power suply might help?

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Hi im wesley waz the games running fine before with the same graphics card or with a different one?

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