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Topic Title: problem with games, and 4800X2
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Created On: 09/29/2010 08:06 PM
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 09/29/2010 08:06 PM
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drorams
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i just installed win7 32 bit, and before i had xp32bit, the problem accured on both op systems.
when i play a game [PES, VT2009] the game is runing like 30X times faster like it is on Fast Fowrward.
anyone knows why?
some one told me to try and install the "AMD Cool'n'Quiet "
but the problem is that i lost my motherboard drivers disk [the mb is NF-M2S]
and even if i had him it wont wotk on WIN7, i tred to find it in AMD's web but i didn't.
does any1 knows what's really the problem? if this is really the prob can i get a link that matches my op sys and my motherboard? thank you !
 10/01/2010 03:25 PM
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go_for
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well here is the link for your motherboard abit NF-M2S

There is a BIOS update for this board that adresses issue with some games running too fast.

NF-M2S BIOS

If you have version older than m61315z, then BIOS update might help.

Think you can update directly to the latest version.

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 10/01/2010 06:44 PM
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L4d
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Video please, I want to see this!

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I have had this name before the public announcement of L4D.
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