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Have you ran memtest86+? Maybe the CPU Heatsinkfan isn't properly seated. Write a Reply >> Topic Tools RSS Updates Atom RSS 2.0 RSS 1.0 RSS 0.9 Related Articles •More phenomenal AMD marketing? •The frustrations of solved Low fps in games after playing for 4-5 minutes?

Any ideas?PC specs:ASRock Z75 PRO 3 motherboard G. Ressie MVP - Technical Support 110 Human Priest 17850 5314 posts Ressie Ignored Nov 10, 2012 Copy URL View Post The GT 520 is slower than the 4650 My system was getting old so I decided to upgrade. less power. check here

Checked temperatures since you switched? Ressie MVP - Technical Support 110 Human Priest 17850 5314 posts Ressie Ignored Nov 10, 2012 Copy URL View Post The GT 520 is slower than the 4650 That's your issue.Is there a list of how video cards perform in WoW somewhere? Privacy Policy Legal Steam Subscriber Agreement

Any ideas appreciated.My specs: Motherboard: Asus M5A78LCPU: AMD FX-8120Graphics: Radeon 7950RAM: 8gm 1866 gskillPSU: Ultra 750 wattWindows 7 Pro 4 answers Last reply Jul 1, 2014 More about fps drops high It's obviously in one of the two 16x PCI-E slot (confirmed by CPU-Z). i did reinstall windows since i had a few driver issues that have since been resolved thanks to the new install, I'll see if that fix works. I've tried changing to the 2nd slot and that gave me even lower fps on avg.On skyrim i see 60-30fps and on games like battlefield i see 45fps average, no matter

royalcrownAug 1, 2015, 6:13 AM TXBlazez said: royalcrown said: Did you just switch boards and not reinstall windows ? Help to connect to internet HPE WX6100 - firmware update Your opinion matter! Timings are very important. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2394219/motherboard-fps.html Windows boots in about 8 seconds, WoW loads at least twice as fast, but my FPS in-game is still at least twice as slow as my old CPU.

veljko023Jul 1, 2014, 5:39 AM What i can say is that your motherboard or CPU is incompatable with the rest of your parts. Was your OS install a fresh one? Because ive been told about several problems when buying new dashboard with oldder video... spooky2thNov 28, 2014, 1:42 AM Do you have the same CPU or APU as the older system?

The only thing that I did was bump up my voltage on my ram in bios. Help!! I'll try the IMEI again.And poor performance, as in numerous stutters and lengthy dips below 10 fps in Total War:Warhammer and Deserts of Kharak on Mid-High settings (worse than before upgrade). The time now is 08:54 AM.

http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/55149-intel-management-engine-interface-needed.htmlI've also just sent a support ticket on to Gigabyte, so hopefully they'll be able to point out something I've missed/what the issue is. No change. Ask us here at /r/techsupport, and try to help others with their problems as well! The one closer to the CPU should be the 16x, if its not in there, put it in there.

In this case, uninstalling your GPU drivers and rebooting with onboard graphics, then shut down and reinstall the card on a different slot and redo drivers may help. Submission Guidelines Please include your system specs, such as Windows/Linux/Mac version/build, model numbers, troubleshooting steps, symptoms, etc. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - CPU Cooler! This was only 7 and up, cause XP would bsod.

Bug Me Not Jul 05, 2006, 06:52pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Low FPS on games after installing new motherboardhttp://www.biostar.com.tw/support/driver/model.php3?name=P4M800-M7A(V7.0)&os= Even if it get's stuck having to share, it shouldn't be sharing with something like your sound for instance, or mouse IRQ.I hope you get it sorted. solved GTX 1060: Getting less than half the FPS then before after installing driver update solved Low fps after new motherboard installation solved Fps loss after new CPU and Motherboard.

That's your issue.Obsol is correct.

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]GoodBadNoobs 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(0 children)Was just about to post this suggestion myself. SR-71 Blackbird said: Unless the boards are the same on a switch , clean install should be performed.As stated above slot might be damaged. Its NOT meant for gaming whatsoever.Do a search for the 4650 on the hierarchy chart, and compare it to where the 520 is located...http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.htmlIf you've still got that old card, switch It's not lag. =P The game's choppy like the video card isn't able to handle it but these are games I previously had no problem playing. 02-24-2011, 01:36 AM

Psyclone 90 Worgen Mage 8380 1376 posts Psyclone Ignored Nov 10, 2012 Copy URL View Post The GT 520 is slower than the 4650 by a good amount.The 4650 isn't Have you update/ reinstalled DirectX? __________________ MemTest86 / Nvidia Drivers / ATI Drivers / Futuremark / SpeccyFutureMark Score = 22 391 02-23-2011, 03:45 AM #3 Roneercs Registered Member I thought some of the back i/o ports were shorted but everything is now working after installing the drivers. The settings are the same as they were with the old motherboard, so I don't really know what could be the cause.

It sounds more like the GPU is sharing an interrupt with something else; which might happen if you just switched boards and windows happened to decide to share it with something