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Whenever I am playing a game and a cut scene appears, a weird clipping occurs. This is very irritating and it is as if it cannot be avoided. It also happens during the game but it is not as frequent. Even worse, it happens in all games I try. I have an Nvidia GTX 770 graphics card. I need help with this video clipping issues.

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I have an Asus M11B desktop that has a GTX 980 installed. I now need to buy a new Intel i7 CPU and now I am wondering whether it would affect my FPS if used with the current components. Will my CPU bottleneck my GPU? Help me get the best CPU for this PC.

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I have a PC with 8GB RAM, MSI G series Mobo, GTX 760 and AMD FX-8320 with 4.0 Ghz speed. I think this specs are good for playing games but now my pc is performing very low on almost every game. At present, I am trying to play Guild Wars but nothing seems to work. I can only get <5 fps which is not good at all. Help me.

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When I am not playing games on my PC, my CPU runs at 0-3%. However, my GPU is very different. During this time, it hits a minimum of 38% yet it is not in use! I am beginning to think that there might be a virus that has attached itself on the svchost files. I have used my AVG antivirus to scan the whole computer but there is no virus. My system is a quad core 2 q6700 that has been overclocked to 3.4 ghz, has an Asus p5n-D motherboard, 8GB RAM, 1TB hard disk and 2GB graphics card. I believe that the specs are okay and won’t be causing the computer to run in this manner. Help me find a solution. Thanks

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I have a MSI z97 motherboard and a Geforce GTX 980 4GB video card. Where should I connect the HDMI cable for output. What may be the differences between plugging it to the video card and plugging it to the motherboard? Will the cable connection use my GPU and bring any potential drop in performance?

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My FPS has drastically reduced to below 30 while playing DOTA 2 on its lowest settings. I decided that the best solution would be to upgrade the hardware. I did that and now I am facing a huge problem since the hardware has reduced the performance of the game further. I have an Intel Core i7-2670QM CPU with 2.20 GHz, 4GB RAM DDR3, Windows 7 64 bit and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560M graphics card computer. Your help will be very much appreciated.

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Just the other day, I bought a new Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 512 graphics card to replace the older existing Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 512. I understand that although one is a newer version of the other, they are supposed to have more features in common. I was proved wrong. The heat sync chips on the older version were Nanya while the new one has Samsung, the new card needs new drivers from Nvidia site while the old has a pre-windows boot. There are many differences but now my main issue is that the new chip does not support Adobe rendering. Is it possible to flash the BIOS of the new card so that its 512M Vram can be scaled for use in Adobe Rendering?

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If you have used the R9 290x XFire, please advise me how it performs in a game or when idle. I need to know its specs and performance including power consumption when it both idle and load states. Does it have issues in high end games or does it make noise and overheat at times? If crossfire is working without issues in compatible games, please inform me too.

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I do not know if this should cause alarm but I do not understand why my GPU is constantly running at 99% all the time. I do not experience any problems such as overheating or lagging but it never goes down from 99%. My pc has an intel CPU of 4.5 GHz and an Nvidia GTX GeForce 660 TI 2 gigs graphics card. Is this something I should be concerned about? Should I get a better graphics card? If yes, which one is it?

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Many video cards are developed these days and they are priced too high. The Geforce GTX 980, for instance, costs around $500 in the Australian Market. How do these graphics cards work? If we unmount the graphics card then our FPS go down desperately. How does a GPU help to run 3D applications properly?

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