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Firebart123
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PostPosted: 12:29 PM, Thu 14 Apr 2016    Post subject: Frame Buffer Reply with quote

Ok so here my prob <BF4 for some reason the frame buffer blows out to nearly 100% and reduces my frame rate down to an unplayable level. it usually starts out good around 50 to 60% for a game but when the next game loads it then blows out. Was woundering if anyone knows anthing that can help me .
Cheers Bart Orange_Colorz_PDT_13
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PostPosted: 2:15 PM, Fri 15 Apr 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dunno, what hardware do you have?
Maybe ditch mantle and go back to directx if that is an option?
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PostPosted: 6:50 PM, Wed 20 Apr 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's a frame buffer? Orange_Colorz_PDT_09 , you running amd hardware? If so ditch that crap Orange_Colorz_PDT_06
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PostPosted: 11:23 AM, Fri 22 Apr 2016    Post subject: Reply with quote

lol i dont know what it does it comes up on my graphics card display specs , but on a good note it all seems to be running good now so fingers crossed Orange_Colorz_PDT_06
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