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GTX750Ti Poor Performance


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#1 Shamrock330

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Posted 15 February 2016 - 11:52 AM

My original GPU, a zotac GTX750Ti 2GB had to be returned because it was faulty. While I was waiting for the replacement I used my onboard integrated graphics. The other day, I got my replacement card, the same one which I originally had. I loaded up FSX and was shocked to find that I was struggling to get 15fps! Before I had to replace my original card I was getting 30-40 frames with the card. My guess that it is a possible driver problem? 
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#2 Mars86

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Posted 17 February 2016 - 02:02 AM

Without knowing the rest of your PC ~ computer specifications it's only a guess. What brand/make/model PC do you have? and what are specifications of said? If you returned your original GPU and then used IGP/APU and it was ok? (as far as non fluctuating FPS variances) and then you got your replacement Zotac GTX 750ti and it was terrible? That would lend me to think a power supply issue possibly.






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