Very sluggish in games/fps drops

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  1. CountMike's Avatar
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    anthrax2471 said:
    Would I go to AMD website and look up my motherboard? I've never downloaded straight from AMD before, always used MSI.
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       #12

    Thank you guys and Merry Xmas :) will give that a try and get back to you in a few days after testing.
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  4. Posts : 112
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       #14

    It seems to have resolved itself, I spoke to a Microsoft Technician the other day, and he made me aware of the "Memory leak" issue that some software are having issues with, I downloaded Intelligent Standby List Cleaner and just run it when I game in the background to clear the ram cache, no hiccups no stuttering everything seems great.

    Thanks for your help guys.
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       #15

    Your corsair 1050w PSU might be too power demanding for your wall socket and trail socket power supply. It is a fact.
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  6. CountMike's Avatar
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    teots said:
    Your corsair 1050w PSU might be too power demanding for your power supply. It is a fact.
    Lol, that's like saying that I'm too short for my height
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