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Ajesha

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  1. First of all let me thank you all for taking the time to answer. I can say the following things to your comments: 1. The system might still be using the integrated video solution. I can definitely say this is not the case. I did what I could to turn off the intgrated graphics card in the APU from the motherboard BIOS to be really sure it is not interfering. But, also, I connected my monitor to the socket of the new video card, not to the socket of the mainboard. So what I am seeing on my screen does come from the RX 570. 2. Old drivers may mess up things To be really really
  2. Hello people, I've been messing with this issue for almost a week now, and I'm kind of desperate because i just can't get it to work. I have been using a nVidia GTX 660 Ti card for a while, but it broke a few months back. Performance was alright, I was a happy camper, things rezzed in decent speed and the frame rate was ok (somewhere near 25 in most situations). When it broke, due to lack of money, I was reverting to the Radeon HD 7560D which is built into my A8 APU. This thing performed bad. OK, that was expected, my fps was around 15 to 20 most of the time, sometimes lower, but th
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