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[SOLVED] going from 32 bit OS to 64 bit causing crashes

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So here it is: Same setup, nothing different, fresh install of windows - decided to go from 32 bit to 64 bit. Dota 2 felt way laggy. Never lag in anything besides big MMOs. Decided to run 3DMark to see what happened and this is what I found:

Before fresh Win7 Install:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/17470880

After:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/17474381

Same drivers and everything... *** is going on! No way 64bit OS could do this...
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Originally Posted by xg3nx View Post

So here it is: Same setup, nothing different, fresh install of windows - decided to go from 32 bit to 64 bit. Dota 2 felt way laggy. Never lag in anything besides big MMOs. Decided to run 3DMark to see what happened and this is what I found:

Before fresh Win7 Install:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/17470880

After:
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm06/17474381

Same drivers and everything... *** is going on! No way 64bit OS could do this...

it might be your windows and not being updated far enough yet. Some benches need the later updates in windows to utilize everything correctly.
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So I restarted, put processor to 4.2ghz and changed some voltages.... now score is 18,300. Dafuq...
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So I restarted, put processor to 4.2ghz and changed some voltages.... now score is 18,300. Dafuq...

their are some differences in runs at times sometimes higher sometimes lower.
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their are some differences in runs at times sometimes higher sometimes lower.

I understand there is fluctuation in a few hundred points, but... 3000?? No that is not normal at all. Anyone have an idea what could have caused this? Heightened CPU usage from new OS causing bottleneck on cards? Before overclock there was a huge bottleneck anyways.
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I understand there is fluctuation in a few hundred points, but... 3000?? No that is not normal at all. Anyone have an idea what could have caused this? Heightened CPU usage from new OS causing bottleneck on cards? Before overclock there was a huge bottleneck anyways.

[SOLVED] It was the OS... I dont really understand it, but 64 bit Win7 was throwing tons of memory erros - System trying to access memory addresses already in use or non existent addresses. Went back to 32bit and all is working flawlessly. 3dmark06 score of 18,900 @ 4.3ghz and very mild OC on both 8800GTX. Makes no sense. I would like to solve this soon because I have 4 more GB of Corsair XMS coming in the mail.
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