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i have a problem with my FPS in CS:S


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Alright so i have a whole bunch of problems with my counter strike source version. First of all my ping is now usualy 85-100 and my FPS is 9-11 which makes it unbelievably choppy and impossible to play with....i just have a regular Dell Dimension 2350 with a nvidia pci 125mb and a new RAM 512mb and that new stick made it run a little smoother and brought my ping down from 500 down to 100 but my vid card doesnt do a thing...........if you can help me thank you and if you cant even understand the mubo jumbo i just said im sorry and thanks for trying to understand it.
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Well it sounds like the pc isnt powerful enough to play the game, it is at lowest settings right. A new gfx card maybe but gve some system specs and ill tell you if it should be running ok.
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If you follow this link you will find the specs on my computer---http://www.dealtime.com/xPF-Dell_Dimension_2350_MPN_235PSW---thank you very much for helping me...im no good with computers at all.
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what is the make and model of the video card. That could be alot of the problem
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Yeah it doesnt really have the power to run CS:S It would manage ok with a good vid card but its really not worth putting a good vid card in that pc.
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