Topic Title: Problema con los fps de mi ATI HD 7950
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 03/10/2013 08:26 AM
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Hola buenas , hace una semana aproximadamente me compre un pc nuevo , en el que monte una ATi HD 7950 al principio todo fue de cine , hasta qye de un dia para otro grabando con el fraps y action , me marcaba que me salian 4500 fps , cosa que es practicamente imposible , a raiz de eso la fuente empzo a fallar y fue detectada una averia en ella , la grafica sigue dando el mismo fallo ahora que antes , lo mas interesante es que cuando quito la vsync , esa gran cantidad de fps desaparece y se queda en una normal alrededor de los 80 , lo que no comprendo por que al principio con el vsync activado no dio ese fallo y ahora si , nose si a tarjeta grafica esta averiada o es algun bug , espero que puedan ayudarme , un cordial saludo.

 03/10/2013 01:52 PM
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I don't speak Spanish, but my best guess what you're saying from the Latin roots (more or less confirmed by Google Translate) is that FRAPS is telling you 4500fps in some context, while vsync makes it drop down to somewhere near 80.  If you have a LCD monitor, that latter value is probably exactly 60.

As for the 4500, that's certainly very unlikely in a game, but possible with a static scene like a game menu.  Enabling vsync means screen updates are only sent once per screen refresh.

If you supply some more details, and preferably in English, we might have a better idea what you're dealing with.

 

 03/10/2013 05:07 PM
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Hello good, I explain using a translator that my English is poor, I bought a HD 7950 graphics, the first three days I was crysis at about 70-80 fps with vsync on, but suddenly one day, having fraps open note that at the beginning of the game put me at 4500 fps and play to 2000, I happened to turn off vsync and fps dropped to 80, this not only happens to me in crysis 3, bf3 I have about 200 fps, playing in two games with everything on ultra. No problem if the graph or, I hope you can tell me some way to know where that failure is a bugg or fraps thereof. thanks

 03/11/2013 08:55 AM
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You get 200fps on ultra settings in BF3 with 4xMSAA? My hd 7970 only gets like 70. Anything that runs 60fps+ is running perfectly, no need to achieve 200 etc, no normal monitor would even display most of those frames.



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 03/11/2013 11:43 AM
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It is very rare that I can think of, from one day to another brand 80 fps with vsync on, now I mark with vsync enabled 4000-4500.

The strange thing is that when I disable the vsync the fps is lower than normal me 70-80fps

not if a component failure or the graphics card that ...

I have no OC on the graphics card or the microprocessor

 

 

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