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    Default 6950 problem help needed

    guys i bought this new pc yesterday
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    problem is when i play COD mw2 after maxing everything i get stuck at 60fps...fps ar bareo na ar komeo na..... i also tried css 2010 same thing when i max out everything my fps is stuck at 60 bare na kome na...i think my rig is capable of giving atleast 100+..... so plz HELp!!!!
    plus ami net'e ektu research korlam....oneke onek kotha bole,....ekjon bolse amar benq 21.5" 60 hz dekhe safety'r karone 60+ fps dei na...abar onnora bolche DRIVER CONFLICT/ BUG....... onnora bolche amar driver safety'r jonno 60 te stuck hoye ase any help would be appreciated
    BTW AMI DRIVER 11.3 use kortesi ..( the driver came with the BOX)

    HELP HELP hELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ---------- Post added at 10:32 ---------- Previous post was at 10:30 ----------

    BTW aamar abar STALKER shadow of chernobyl e constant 120-140 thake ...so REALLY CONFUSED :SSS

    ---------- Post added at 10:33 ---------- Previous post was at 10:32 ----------

    LASTLY i bought the gpu from DNS which bought it from "UCC" .////// naki GPU e problem....plz lemme knw soon..

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Turn Vsync off

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    V-Sync off korle FPS barbe.


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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Turn vsync off, and use Catalyst 11.6.

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    You are right. Your monitor has a refresh rate of 60 Hz so when Vsync is on, the fps is always limited to 60. It's actually risky to increase the refresh rate of the monitor itself from the graphics settings as it may result in your monitor exploding >.< . So as the rest said just turn off Vsync. However most people experience screen tearing due to excessive fps (fps exceeding monitor's refresh rate). Updating display drivers are of high priority. Gamers usually turn off Vsync just to see how much of a beast their rig really is and run benches. Usually it's recommended to keep Vsync on to avoid screen tearing and other issues.

    And btw, gratz on getting that beastly rig =D
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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by N.Ř.Ř.B View Post
    guys i bought this new pc yesterday
    core i5 2400
    8gb ram
    sapphire 6950 2gb
    TT-650w

    problem is when i play COD mw2 after maxing everything i get stuck at 60fps...fps ar bareo na ar komeo na..... i also tried css 2010 same thing when i max out everything my fps is stuck at 60 bare na kome na...i think my rig is capable of giving atleast 100+..... so plz HELp!!!!
    plus ami net'e ektu research korlam....oneke onek kotha bole,....ekjon bolse amar benq 21.5" 60 hz dekhe safety'r karone 60+ fps dei na...abar onnora bolche DRIVER CONFLICT/ BUG....... onnora bolche amar driver safety'r jonno 60 te stuck hoye ase any help would be appreciated
    BTW AMI DRIVER 11.3 use kortesi ..( the driver came with the BOX)

    HELP HELP hELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ---------- Post added at 10:32 ---------- Previous post was at 10:30 ----------

    BTW aamar abar STALKER shadow of chernobyl e constant 120-140 thake ...so REALLY CONFUSED :SSS

    ---------- Post added at 10:33 ---------- Previous post was at 10:32 ----------

    LASTLY i bought the gpu from DNS which bought it from "UCC" .////// naki GPU e problem....plz lemme knw soon..
    your rig is capable of giving 300+ fps on mw2 once you turn vsynce off from the graphics option. even a 5770 gets 100+ fps in mw2.....
    Last edited by @nonymous™; July 6th, 2011 at 13:45.

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    I'm pretty sure your problem has already been solved by now. Just popped in to say congrats on your purchase, and happy gaming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by B14Z3 View Post
    You are right. Your monitor has a refresh rate of 60 Hz so when Vsync is on, the fps is always limited to 60. It's actually risky to increase the refresh rate of the monitor itself from the graphics settings as it may result in your monitor exploding >.< . So as the rest said just turn off Vsync. However most people experience screen tearing due to excessive fps (fps exceeding monitor's refresh rate). Updating display drivers are of high priority. Gamers usually turn off Vsync just to see how much of a beast their rig really is and run benches. Usually it's recommended to keep Vsync on to avoid screen tearing and other issues.

    And btw, gratz on getting that beastly rig =D
    So everytime he's running the games,he is also facing many risks ..right??? So why is everyone telling him to turn off the Vsync whereas it can harm his PC??????????

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    So everytime he's running the games,he is also facing many risks ..right??? So why is everyone telling him to turn off the Vsync whereas it can harm his PC??????????
    It's not that, what I wanted to say is that he shouldn't try to increase his monitor's refresh rate from the settings. Suppose my monitor's refresh rate is 60, I shouldn't try to force and set it to 75 + . The greater the refresh rate a monitor initially has the better since you'll get more fps without screen tearing. I.E 120 Hz monitors can allow games with Vsync on to be limited to 120 fps which is fairly great given that it can support 3D too.

    For easier clarification have a look at this.
    Last edited by |Blaze|; July 6th, 2011 at 18:34.

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    GUYS thnx for all ur help turned the VSYNC off but still 150 CONSTANT onno kono conflict...ar ekta jinish amar ekta ASUS dvdrw ase majhe majhe copy speed 13-16MB ar majhe majhe 2MB ( tis brand new ) kalke kinsi..bujhtesi na ki korbo :S :S:S :S

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by B14Z3 View Post
    You are right. Your monitor has a refresh rate of 60 Hz so when Vsync is on, the fps is always limited to 60. It's actually risky to increase the refresh rate of the monitor itself from the graphics settings as it may result in your monitor exploding >.< . So as the rest said just turn off Vsync. However most people experience screen tearing due to excessive fps (fps exceeding monitor's refresh rate). Updating display drivers are of high priority. Gamers usually turn off Vsync just to see how much of a beast their rig really is and run benches. Usually it's recommended to keep Vsync on to avoid screen tearing and other issues.

    And btw, gratz on getting that beastly rig =D
    Quote Originally Posted by Mashfiqur Rahman View Post
    So everytime he's running the games,he is also facing many risks ..right??? So why is everyone telling him to turn off the Vsync whereas it can harm his PC??????????
    this is BS! Vsync would just cap your FPS, & you cannot set a higher refresh rate than your monitor supports i.e you cannot set 80-90Hz on a monitor that only supports 60Hz! You can only reduce it!

    & OP check if the SATA cable is tightly plugged, or replace it with a new one! as for the FPS, what resolution are you playing at ? If it's a relatively low resolution, then clock the CPU to 3.6GHz & then check if there's a difference!

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    Quote Originally Posted by N.Ř.Ř.B View Post
    GUYS thnx for all ur help turned the VSYNC off but still 150 CONSTANT
    Your problem has been solved, the frame rate is no longer stuck at 60 fps, unhappy keno?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    If it's a relatively low resolution, then clock the CPU to 3.6GHz & then check if there's a difference!
    the i5 2400 has a very limited oc power i guess :s..but the limit is 3.8 or 3.9 ghz

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    this is BS! Vsync would just cap your FPS, & you cannot set a higher refresh rate than your monitor supports i.e you cannot set 80-90Hz on a monitor that only supports 60Hz! You can only reduce it!
    It ain't bs cause screen tearing does happen due to excessive fps which I've put forth from my own personal experience. As for the increasing the refresh rate part well... I thought maybe it's possible to do so because it's what I've read from an article, maybe I misinterpreted or maybe they're wrong ? LINK Last 2 Paras.

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    @B14Z3 , when @dipanzan said BS, he meant the part where you said increasing the monitor refresh rate might cause it to explode he might've misread your post a little, and the part where @Mashfiqur Rahman said if he turns the vsync off, it's a risk. I don't think apart from relatively new gamers, most of us are well aware of what Vsync and triple buffering is.

    To OP: your rig is fine, and about the sudden speed drops while copying DVD, if you put a scratchy DVD and expect it to copy through the scratchy part at 15~16 MB/S then you've mistaken, and usually anti-viruses at times tend to slow copying processes down, you might be copying a huge movie or an archive file which the real time scanners will tend to ignore but the moment it'll try copying an .exe file the scanner kicks in, thus the speed drops, also, smaller files but large in number will take longer to copy than a single large archive, it's nothing to be alarmed of.
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    Okay the explosion part was exaggerated (heard it from a credulous source) but the monitor would definitely be damaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B14Z3 View Post
    Okay the explosion part was exaggerated (heard it from a credulous source) but the monitor would definitely be damaged.
    If a monitor supports 75HZ at it's maximum resolution by spec, then there's no way it can be damaged as the manufacturer manufactured it that way. You can't force a monitor that doesn't support refresh rates above it's limit cause then you'll end up with a blank screen so I can't seem to agree with your point of view, but then again, it's just my opinion, just like yours.

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    Default Re: 6950 problem help needed

    I guess I misinterpreted from the article then.

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    ty for romulus for explaining ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by B14Z3 View Post
    Okay the explosion part was exaggerated (heard it from a credulous source) but the monitor would definitely be damaged.
    can't agree...vsynce off can't harm a monitor.if a monitor supports 60hz you can't force it to refresh 200 time per second...
    that means even though your graphics cards is updating the image 200 fps Your monitor will only refresh the image every 60 times per second.thats why it'll cause screen tearing/stuttring etc as the monitor only refreshes at 60hz so its not "ready" for a new frame yet when your frame rate is high so you get half of one frame and half of another
    and i have not seen any manufacturer to recommend vsynce.....

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