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Problem running alot of games at stable fps.
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Hi! Ive come to this forum to ask for assistance. I have alot of trouble running games at a stable fps.

Specs:

CPU: AMD FX-8320 8-core processor 3.5ghz
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770
RAM: 8GB
Windows 64bit

Im able to run Jak and Daxter / Jak 2 (And probably Jak 3) With quite stable fps except for some areas where i drop to 30 fps or so. Still those games i was able to play and complete so it wasnt much of a problem.

My problem now is that im trying to run Sly 2: Band of Thieves but in most areas i get drops down to 30-40 fps at all times. Anyone got some suggestions to try and fix that?
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You'll have to overclock your chip.
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(02-05-2015, 04:50 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: You'll have to overclock your chip.

What speed do you think would be enough? Never overclocked before so id have to look into it more.
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Are you on the stock cooler?
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(02-05-2015, 04:53 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: Are you on the stock cooler?

No im using a CoolerMaster hyper 212 evo cooler.
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if you are a beginner on overclocking, know the processors limit before proceeding on overclocking it. though, there wouldn't be that much of a performance increase.
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(02-05-2015, 05:15 PM)ssakash Wrote: if you are a beginner on overclocking, know the processors limit before proceeding on overclocking it. though, there wouldn't be that much of a performance increase.

A 1ghz OC should be possible with that chip. That should yield a good speedup
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most likely, the moderate speed up will be only about 10-20% of the current speed, considering the increase in clockspeed wise. It would be safe for the op to get a look at some "how to overclock guides" before getting started.
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