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Old 11-22-2008, 12:06 AM   #11
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Default Re: Disabling Push / Pull

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DOn't worry about the card. The FPS rate won't go down unless overheating, like Kage said. Also, it would artifact as well...artifacting is where you see random colors or lines flying accross the screen.
Well, the thing is, when I first had the card, it ran WoW at around 90FPS. After a couple of hours of play, it went down to 50FPS average, and never went back up.

I'm trying to get it back up to where it was.

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