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not sure if this is the right place to post this but about a week ago my computer has been acting kinda slow especially playing video games. I do not have much on my macbookpro and i had just purchased mine in February. I have the dual core processor and the ATI graphic card. But out of nowhere, maybe the recent update for the mac, my FPS has been shot to heck playing games i had no problem playing on full potential a week before. Any suggestions?
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