Originally Posted by kingofyo1;11820264
why not go into regedit and ctrl+F searching for anything thats ati related.. in the search bar type ati and press enter. anything that comes up, you should probably delete, as you dont have an ati card in there anymore
Well I did use Driver Cleaner and after that I did a fresh reformat, meaning had no drivers installed....right now after the fresh reformat the only driver that has touched the PC is the latest 570 gtx driver from nvidia site.
@syrsycott: This is what I found about my dg33bu Intell classic motherboard:
Expansion Slots •1 x PCI Express x16
•2 x PCI
•1 x PCI Express x1
Instantly Available PC Technology:
•Support for PCI Local Bus Specification Revision 2.3
•Support for PCI Express Revision 1.1
However the ATI 5850 box says:
•Support for PCI Express 2.1
And the 570 gtx says:
•Support for PCI Express 2.0
Meaning that I shouldn't have problem with the 570 gtx, since the 5850 was rocking on my pc.
@BKsMassive Read What I said to kingofyo1
@max it: I don't have friends that have good pc, my pc is of course PCI-E since I had a 5850 previously and was getting 160 fps on a game im getting now 10 fps if lucky with the 570 gtx.
@spanielcheckers: Read what I said to kingofyo1
Edit: Anything to do with the ram settings I posted previosuly could be wrong? WHat's the difference between choosing autimatic and Manually? EVGA support told me to change them to manually, but when I change them to manually some settings that can be changed pop up(posted on my previous post).
And how I'm able to update the BIOS of a motherboard? Do they still have updates for an Intel Classic motherboard model DG33BU that was made like 4 years ago?Edited by tosen - 12/29/10 at 2:26pm