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nVidia Control Panel Set to Performance not Quality Mode?
Not so much this... more so that power saving is set to prefer maximum performance
     
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post #62 of 91
You should DBAN your drive instead of just 'reformatting'. When you reformat, you're not really deleting the data on the drive - just letting it be able to be over-written when needed.

Make sure you completely deleted the 100MB Windows partition that gets created and is usually 'hidden'. I've seen this cause problems on my PC when the original 100MB installation partition wasn't actually deleted and upon a reinstall of Windows 7 some of my previous settings were still enabled .

Also check connections and PSU.
    
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post #63 of 91
DDR3-1333 CL9 is a pretty big step down from DDR2-1066 CL5
Though I am pretty sure the IMC would have a good effect on that performance

1333 CL9 is more like 1066 at a significantly higher CL7
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DDR3-1333 CL9 is a pretty big step down from DDR2-1066 CL5
Though I am pretty sure the IMC would have a good effect on that performance

1333 CL9 is more like 1066 at a significantly higher CL7

Before I was using ddr2 800
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http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1006...-my-board.html

Yes, I know its about SLI but your issue may be related?
post #66 of 91
hmm..... Is your ram running at the right voltage? Did you have Physx on once and off before?

Edit: I am only asking about the voltage because I have worked with boards before that have given less voltage then required.....it worked but not well. Just a shot.
Edited by AMC - 5/4/11 at 9:46pm
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hmm..... Is your ram running at the right voltage? Did you have Physx on once and off before?
This.
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A couple people posted already...did you make sure Power Options is set to Maximum Performance?
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If its none of whats suggested then for a last resort.

Try a full system wipe with killdisk http://software.lsoft.net/killdiskfloppysetup.exe
and a OS re install, with all drivers on a USB/CD downloaded off the manufactuer's sites and then do not re connect to the internet till all drivers are installed.
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OMG my problem is solved MW2 is running at over 50fps, I did 2 things one was set nvidia global settings to prefer maximum performance and the other was set my pcie16 black in the bios from auto to x4 whatever for maximum performance (someone in the thread that tht-kid linked did that). Im not sure which of these two tricks fixed my problem but its fixed and im happy now and couldnt have done it without you guys. I greatly appreciate this community, they have helped me so much over the past few years and continue to do so.

I can wait to test more games out!
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