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Old 08-10-2011, 07:21 PM   #12
2Tired2Tango
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Originally Posted by Kayden View Post
If there is a problem with power and a lower power rated card resolves the problem, then it's a problem for the psu and if putting in another one doesn't fix it then you now have two problems to sort, this 2nd being a driver issue. I know there is one because you had to remove the Nvidia driver and then install ATI drivers, then it started to work just fine. What I don't understand is if you saw the ATI card work better, why didn't you reinstall the Nvidia card and install it's drivers again, to see if there was a performance difference from when it was originally in there?
We did... how do you think I arrived at my conclusions... Trust me, I'm not so dumb as to compare a malfunctioning system to a good one... Even me with my mere 30 years experience knows better than that. I've been fixing this stuff longer than half of my customers have been alive...


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I am sorry if it caused an upset dude but I only had certain amount info to work with and made the best logically conclusions I could, but I just didn't agree with your process about ts, not about if you think Nvidia or Ati is better.
Actually it works like this... You assumed I was stupid and talked down to me... which is going to bother me every time. ESPECIALLY when people start calling me "Dude".
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