Topic Title: AMD HD8970M crossfire low fps all games
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Created On: 04/18/2014 12:19 PM
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 04/18/2014 12:19 PM
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nikko9000
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My most played game is League of Legends which doesn't really require too much recources from a computer. Still my fps is down to 40 quite often or 30 and worse if there's enough action on the screen. Any other much cheaper computer runs the game much better. 

Some specs are:

4th gen Intel Core™ i7-4700MQ prosessor, four cores, 2.4GHz-3.4GHz

16GB DDR3 1600MHz SO-DIMM RAM (2x8GB)

2x Radeon HD 8970M  4GB GDDR5 (crossfire) 

I have the correct drivers installed so I don't think that's the problem. It seems that after I installed and tested call of duty ghosts, the computer started performing even worse in terms of fps. 

Does anybody have any idea what the problem could be and if there's anything I could do to fix it?

 04/18/2014 03:15 PM
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Swire
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Hy, i think the problem is :

1.You have Intel CPU and it comes with IGpu(like HD 4000..)

2.Go to Screen Resolution--->Advanced Settings--->And there u have Adapter --->and see what's ur adapter type

PS:I'm new on this forum

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Sorry for bad english

 04/19/2014 12:56 PM
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Thanks for the reply! So far your English is great

I tried to find adapter in the advanced settings, but my windows is in Norwegian so I couldn't find it. However I took a screenshot of my window in advanced settings. Do you know what tab I should click from here, or can you see what adapter type I have got?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/nikko9000/screenres_zpse555c0b9.png

 

 04/19/2014 03:44 PM
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Also what's interesting is the following picture of speedfan. Speedfan monitors temperatures within the PC. I have crossfire enabled, but one of my GPU is always at 0 degrees as shown below. The other is constantly low temperature compared to any other component.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v488/nikko9000/speedfan_zps8f283730.png

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