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got a pretty good machine and i get low fps while playing gta 5 even with all the graphics setting on normal, heres what i have.

hopefully someone would maybe have a hint as to why

Operating System
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
CPU
Intel Core i5 4670K @ 3.40GHz 124 °F
Haswell 22nm Technology
RAM
8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 799MHz (11-11-11-28)
Motherboard
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. Z87-PLUS (SOCKET 1150) 83 °F
Graphics
Philips ([email protected])
8192MB ATI AMD Radeon R9 390 Series (Gigabyte) 139 °F
Storage
931GB Western Digital WDC WD10EURX-63FH1Y0 (SATA) 81 °F
111GB Samsung SSD 840 Series (SSD) 81 °F
Optical Drives
hp DVD-RAM GH80N
hp DVD-RAM GH80N
Audio
AMD High Definition Audio Device

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Yeah if you are running a 390 you should shit out polished turds when it comes to current modern games. What drivers do you have for the card?

On 11/20/2012 at 8:54 PM, AMI CUSTOMS said:

Turned mine up today at a light, guy next to me his steering wheel started moving and he looked over at me like I was a magician lol.

On 5/9/2012 at 8:45 PM, skittlesRgood said:

fuck the plating. look at what the main metal used is. you could buy unicorn blood plated terminals but if its just covering up dog shit, whats the point

On 4/10/2013 at 12:26 PM, mrd6 said:

I'll admit, half way through sanding that fiberglass in the rain and cold while I was all itchy I was definitely starting to question why i was doing this haha

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Make sure you plugged your display into the GPU not the Mobo

This.

Yeah if you are running a 390 you should shit out polished turds when it comes to current modern games. What drivers do you have for the card?

This too.

What's up with that RAM speed? 799MHz? Looks like you meant to type 800MHz. Even still, You should be double that speed if not a little higher. 2133MHz is where I'm at. You'll gain some performance by boosting that speed.

What are your settings and such?

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I didn't even pay attention to the memory, dude went all out on this build but cheaped out on ram.

On 11/20/2012 at 8:54 PM, AMI CUSTOMS said:

Turned mine up today at a light, guy next to me his steering wheel started moving and he looked over at me like I was a magician lol.

On 5/9/2012 at 8:45 PM, skittlesRgood said:

fuck the plating. look at what the main metal used is. you could buy unicorn blood plated terminals but if its just covering up dog shit, whats the point

On 4/10/2013 at 12:26 PM, mrd6 said:

I'll admit, half way through sanding that fiberglass in the rain and cold while I was all itchy I was definitely starting to question why i was doing this haha

  • Soon To Be
  • '04 Ford Escape
  • US Alternator 280A Hairpin
  • D4800 Under the Hood
  • (6) XP3000's in Rear
  • 1/0 SHCA & XS Power 4 runs to back
  • TORK2 kit from Tony @ CE Auto Supply
  • Pioneer DEH-80PRS
  • DD AW6.5 (2) per door
  • *Tweeter Unkown*
  • DD SS4a & C3d
  • (2) SCV4000 @ .5Ohm
  • (2) 15" Sundown Zv5
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I didn't even pay attention to the memory, dude went all out on this build but cheaped out on ram.

Seems that way lol. Don't really have any other info on it.

Hopefully he just needs to adjust the speeds vs overclocking.

2009 Dodge Caliber SXT (Silver)

Deck: Pioneer X3600BHS

Amps: RF P1000X5

Front: RF P16-S

Rear: RF P1694

Subs: 1 RF P3D2-10

Cabling: Stinger 6 channel RCA, RF 4gauge kit, SkyHighCarAudio 16gauge speaker wire.

Build Log: http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/188246-caliber-build

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Even at that, if it really is 800hmz,if you bought anything decent at that low of a speed, you should have way better latencies.

On 11/20/2012 at 8:54 PM, AMI CUSTOMS said:

Turned mine up today at a light, guy next to me his steering wheel started moving and he looked over at me like I was a magician lol.

On 5/9/2012 at 8:45 PM, skittlesRgood said:

fuck the plating. look at what the main metal used is. you could buy unicorn blood plated terminals but if its just covering up dog shit, whats the point

On 4/10/2013 at 12:26 PM, mrd6 said:

I'll admit, half way through sanding that fiberglass in the rain and cold while I was all itchy I was definitely starting to question why i was doing this haha

  • Soon To Be
  • '04 Ford Escape
  • US Alternator 280A Hairpin
  • D4800 Under the Hood
  • (6) XP3000's in Rear
  • 1/0 SHCA & XS Power 4 runs to back
  • TORK2 kit from Tony @ CE Auto Supply
  • Pioneer DEH-80PRS
  • DD AW6.5 (2) per door
  • *Tweeter Unkown*
  • DD SS4a & C3d
  • (2) SCV4000 @ .5Ohm
  • (2) 15" Sundown Zv5
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Even at that, if it really is 800hmz,if you bought anything decent at that low of a speed, you should have way better latencies.

True. Tis a bit high.

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Deck: Pioneer X3600BHS

Amps: RF P1000X5

Front: RF P16-S

Rear: RF P1694

Subs: 1 RF P3D2-10

Cabling: Stinger 6 channel RCA, RF 4gauge kit, SkyHighCarAudio 16gauge speaker wire.

Build Log: http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/188246-caliber-build

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