Poor FPS in Medal of Honor 2 and other games You guys are all probably pretty sick of my same old question, but I thought I'd give it one last try because no one's really tried to answer it. Here are my system specs: AMD Athlon 1700 (1.47Ghz) 512MB DDR RAM Shuttle AK31A mobo VisionTek GeForce 4Ti 4400 128MB DDR 40GB Maxtor HD Sound Blaster Live! 5.1 AOpen 52x CD-ROM Sony 24x CD-RW 10x100 NIC And my problem: I absolutely CANNOT under any circumstances get more than 96 fps in any game, at any resolution. Medal of Honor runs at a max of 96, even at 640x480 with all the settings turned down. I know vertical sync isn't the problem because I have that turned off. I have AGP 4x enabled in my BIOS, the latest drivers installed, and a fairly good system (as you can see above). I'm angry about this problem, because my card is performing like a Geforce 2. At times I get 30 or even 20 fps in games. That should not happen when I've got the 2nd best video card chipset on the market. Turning down the settings/resolution doesn't seem to matter, I get the EXACT same fps in games. Normally I wouldn't care about FPS, I'm not too fussy, but in some games (Morrowind, for example) it actually gets jerky enough to be distracting, and after all the money I've spent recently on putting together this new system, I want something that's going to run games FAST, at least for a few months, not something that runs like it's two years old. My point is, with the above system, at a reasonable resolution, I should be getting at least 40 FPS (at the very worst). Does anyone have any clues as to what might be causing the slow performance?