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GTX 970 Low Fps?


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#1 MCSuddenDeath

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 02:46 PM

I've been getting low fps with the gtx 970 in the last few days. For example, in Unigine Benchmark where I used to get 60 fps I will now get no more than 20. I have the latest version and have reinstalled my graphics card drivers. I am not sure what could be causing this. The usage is 100% which is unlike other peoples I've seen on threads. Can anyone help?

 

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Posted 22 August 2015 - 11:45 PM

Title was: Black bars around monitors?
 
So just today these black bars appeared around both my monitors. I have an asus strix gtx 970. The monitors are set to their native resolution. Does anyone know any possible fixes for this?[/size]
 
I've tried:[/size]
 
- R[/size]olling back my graphics driver then reupdating it[/size]
 
- Scaling to full screen in the Nvidia settings
 
Although the bars are not large I can't seem to not notice them and it irritates me.


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Posted 25 August 2015 - 12:27 AM

Title was: Computer being weird lately? Please help?
 
First off I've posted somethings relating to certain issues like having a black bar around my screen but haven't gotten much help. I'd very much appreciate if anyone would help me with this.
 
This is my pc:
http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/6dhPqs
 
My monitors are not running the same resolution and 1 is connected to single link dvi and the other dual link.
 
So basicly, my computer has been acting very strange in the last few days. These are problems I've been having:
 
- Gtx 970 not running properly (low fps) (It seems this is fixed)
- 144 hz not displaying properly sometimes
- Small black bars around my both my monitors
- Programs set to default settings (For example I opened Skype and it showed the default startup screen when you open Skype for the first time, and another program set to default)
- 1 of my bios settings reset to default
- Desktop icons rearranging themselves after reboot
- Skype not opening anymore
- Even my monitor setting were set to default with my icc profile being deleted.
 
I've tried:
- Running virus scans with avg, adwcleaner, and MalwareBytes. (No luck)
- For the black bars around my monitor screens I tried going into nvidia settings and scaling it to fullscreen. (No luck)
- Installing the latest drivers of my graphics card and then reinstalling it.
 
Can anyone please please please help me with this?


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Posted 28 August 2015 - 03:15 PM

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