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Low FPS on a hight end system
« on: 25-04-2010, 00:04:35 »
Sorry i think in the bug section is my thread wrong but i know it too late.......

My Ping is 21ms on hslan server.

My System:

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SB 64-BIT D 1er OEM DVD
ATX Midi NZXT HU-001WH Special Edition - Pearl white
Netzteil ATX be quiet! Straight Power E7 450W      
GIGABYTE GA-MA785GT-UD3H 785G AM3 ATX      
AMD Phenom II X4 955 3.20GHz (C3) AM3 6MB 125W Black...      
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus S775,1156,1366,939,AM2,AM3      
1024MB Sapphire Radeon HD5770 Vapor-X GDDR5 Lite Retail PCIe      
2x2048MB Exceleram CB8 DDR3-2000 CL8 Kit "Blue Culvert"      
500GB Samsung HD502HJ F3 16MB 7200 U/min SATA      
LG GH22NS50 SATA schwarz bulk      

All driver up to date
no virus,spy or maleware

Start renderer.drawFps 1 in the console.
Fps on 1941-1943 Maps is:
100-150 FpS

but on 1944 maps:
17-34 FpS   :-[

I have this with 4 cores and in 1 core mode (bf2.exe and fh2.exe only use 1 core)

i dont know what i can do i love the game but all the good new maps i cant play.
i only have this in BF2.
« Last Edit: 25-04-2010, 03:04:08 by Seradest »

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #1 on: 25-04-2010, 00:04:42 »
dont remember how it actually should be but try to change your audio from hardware to software or other way around, i think it will help, and those other audio settings too
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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #2 on: 25-04-2010, 08:04:07 »
Is it a laptop, or a desktop?

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #3 on: 25-04-2010, 12:04:06 »
see at my post and the hardware O_o naturaly is it a desktop.

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #4 on: 25-04-2010, 12:04:58 »
Install GPU-Z. Run it, go to 'sensors' tab.

Click 'continue refreshing in the background' on the bottom.

Start BF2, go into 1944 map, for 10-15 seconds check FPS.

ALT-TAB to GPU-Z, check GPU CORE CLOCK (top bar) and tell me how many MHZ it says!

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #5 on: 25-04-2010, 13:04:12 »
ok a lite bit moment pls .
i edit this after the check.

Here after 30 Secounds of playing Operation Totalize
(fps are in the pic)

http://s5.directupload.net/images/100425/6lcwi7s3.jpg

sorry the pic i wrong after i click alt+tab i see 860mhz not 157 !
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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #6 on: 25-04-2010, 17:04:50 »
hello anyone here to say something ?

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #7 on: 25-04-2010, 17:04:04 »
Yes.

I know your problem....your videocard is staying in low performance 2D mode (see the MHz).
This is a common problem with several ATI videocards/brands and driver combinations. Sapphire has this problem often (I had it too).

Your best bet is to uninstall the current videodriver, and try various new ones. Normally I would advise to use Rivatuner to do it by hand and force 3D mode speed...but rivatuner does not support 5xxx cards yet I believe.

Also, but you need to be a bit hardcore for this, adjusting 2D mode speed with BIOS editor is a way. I am currently running 3850 at 3870 speeds through bios editor, and downclocking manually when not gaming with profiles of CCC...

Also check if there is bios update for your sapphire card...


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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #8 on: 25-04-2010, 17:04:59 »
A few solutions to test (and keep an eye on GPU-Z monitor, it should read I think 900+ mhz for your card on the first bar! and it will show a 'drop' in the red line if it was fast before, and now slow because you ALT-TAB so you can still verify!) :

- Go to Ati CCC overclocking tab. Click on the little key, and overclock the card 1-2 MHz. 'Apply' these settings and see if it sticks

- Try to play 1080P or 720P video in Windows Media Player and see if that increases GPU speed


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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #9 on: 25-04-2010, 17:04:02 »
Also check this thread for solutions, there are people with EXACTLY your card having similar issues, some of them solve it with driver uninstalls, some by using MSI overclocking tool etc etc :

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?p=15697889

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #10 on: 25-04-2010, 17:04:15 »
hmm i dont will buy a nvidia thats i run a microwave 24/7.........(temperatur,Watt and price)

i love small cold but performance cards from ati

i look in the internet how to fix this 2d bug of ati cards

    * Tom’s Hardware has tripped over a workload area (2D lines, etc) that we have not optimized yet.
    * Until this new benchmark, we have not seen any other applications that are bottlenecked by this path, and hence have not focused on it until now.
    * Our initial analysis has shown that we have no hardware limitations in this area.We now have our driver team engaged to optimize this path and will release a new driver to address this workload as soon as possible.
    * We have already found an easy way of increasing our performance greatly, and are now going to try
and schedule this in a future Catalyst (need to code in production, validate, ensure it doesn’t break anything else, etc)


i read that the 2d low performance bug of the driver for 4XXX and 5XXX are full fixed in Catalyst 10.4 ! ^^
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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #11 on: 25-04-2010, 19:04:37 »
Once the driver arrives I hope. The 10.4a has made things worse imo.
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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #12 on: 25-04-2010, 19:04:13 »
Once the driver arrives I hope. The 10.4a has made things worse imo.

worse ?

sorry my english is shit  ::)

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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #13 on: 26-04-2010, 08:04:16 »
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Re: Low FPS on a hight end system
« Reply #14 on: 26-04-2010, 21:04:06 »
which   things ?