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Alan1998

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So, I have in the last 2months upgraded my GPU from a GT 620 to a GTX 760 DC II OC from ASUS. I'm using an i7 3770 @ 3.4, 16 GB of DDR3 RAM @ 800 MHz. My fps hasn't really changed at all. Is it my RAM or something?? I had a friend who changed his RAM from 4Gb @ 800 MHz to 16 Gb @ 2133MHz. FOS difference was 60
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iammykyl

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Gday.
It will not be your RAM creating a bottleneck.
> http://www.tomshardw...eneck,2737.html
we need a good way to view your CPU usage while gaming. Can you have a look at this tutorial and let us know if you want to implement it.>http://www.overclock...ith-fps-in-game
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Hi,

THanks for the info... When I posted that thread I was in class. So I'm currently in Lunvch hour.

When I get home I will put that to the test. Will FRAPS affect my performance when using it to monitor my FPS?
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Your welcome, Posted Image
FRAPS will not affect gaming fps when used for monitoring but, will lower gaming fps if you use it for recording.
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