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FPS Problem (eVGA 6800GT)

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I just bought the 6800gt from evga.. my fps in cs source has been 70 + with 9800pro now that ive put this baby in my fps has been around 40ish whats up with this can u guys plz tell me whats etting i should apply to my vid card thx.. im using rivatuner from guru3d thanks alot
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Do you still have those ATI drivers installed? Try to use Driver Cleaner Pro (google it) and delet any and all ATI drivers and also your Nvidia drivers and then reinstall the newest WHQL approved Forceware drivers.

And what do you mean what setting? If you mean the quality etc. set to application preference where possible and everywhere else to maximum quality no matter what.
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Make sure vsync is disabled as well. Are you using 82.xx forceware btw?
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Make sure to run drive cleaning programs in safe mode.
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Check drivers and that the power connector is in!
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im using the newest forceware driver the 89.xx i think the nweest one from guru3d.. for settings i meant like aa antristopic filtering etc...
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cs:s uses an engines which is not nvidia friendly if you don't believe me go to the ati board you'll see it there but don't worry it can be fixed. the people that created the engine wanted to make nvidia cards look bad so they make them perform lower that usual. to fix this simply go to your nvidia control panel located in your taskbar and go to performance & quality settings. then you'll see all your settings set to application controlled simply uncheck the application controlled box and pick your own settings with the sliders
eg. 6x aa 4x af etc. now go back to your game and enjoy a very better game.
note this not only fix fps in cs:s it also fixes aa and af as well.
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OMG Keykhild thanks alot thsi really sollved my fps .... i was wondering could u tell me what aa and af does i know aa is for smoother pictures but what does af do thanks alot
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sorry for the late response

In computer graphics, antialiasing is a software technique for diminishing jaggies - stairstep-like lines that should be smooth. Jaggies occur because the output device, the monitor or printer, doesn't have a high enough resolution to represent a smooth line. Antialiasing reduces the prominence of jaggies by surrounding the stairsteps with intermediate shades of gray (for gray-scaling devices) or color (for color devices). Although this reduces the jagged appearance of the lines, it also makes them fuzzier
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