i uninstalled nvidia drivers via control panel as well as driver clean pro. (i dont think driver clean pro actually deletes my drivers)
but i try it again and there really doesn't seem to be any change.
ok so i got an RMA on this thing and still does the exact same thing. i am thinking either i need more watts on my power supply or i should/might as well upgrade my ram. the temperature is relatively same as my old card too (according to everest).
Firstly, I have a problem with my desktop with problems in game where maps would load real slow and sprites would slow the loading process as well.
If you look at my build (sig), I would say I have, or had, a pretty good build, moving from a 7900GS to a 8800 GT. I figured by doing that, I would have better performance. However, that was totally wrong. Now, obviously by numbers and rankings, the 8800GT would obviously win. So I RMA'd my 8800GT, thinking it was defective. I installed the 8800GT replacement, and tested the performance, but to no avail. Same exact problem. Now I'm beginning to think it's the motherboard or any other associated hardware.
However, let's say the motherboard or CPU or whatever is perfectly fine.
Let's say I will end up buying a brand new motherboard and CPU, install it and whatever, use my current 8800GT to put it in this new motherboard, and the performance is still bad. Will the motherboard have had lost its "virginity," making it pointless to change any other hardware parts (because the motherboard is now messed up because it was installed already) ?