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    Ps4 - Running in slowmotion

    I have been playing fifa 14 for this couple of weeks, and everything is working. This last days, the game started to lag, so I turned it off, and ever since that the game is running in slowmotion. It's not really slowmotion, but enough to take out any fun out of the game. It seems that the home meny is also running slower, and the ps4 is overall slower. I don't know if it has to do with the latest patch for the ps4. I tried to initiate it, but that hasn't worked. I thought that if I do that, then I can download the patch for the ps4 and apply it, but it says that it is already the latest patch.

    What should I do?

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    try factory settings but before that, try safe menu and do file restore and then database rebuild.

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    Thanks! How do I do that? I know the factory settings part, but the safe meny and file restore and database rebuild?

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    Hey welcome to the forums!

    I think quite a few people are having issues with this, some say it disappears after they quit the game and restart the system but it's not working for everyone it seems! If it is to do with the latest patch then hopefully Sony can sort it out soon!






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    Is it getting hot? Maybe if it gets hot it does what Intel CPUs do and downclocks the processor to keep it cool so therefore it ends up running slower.


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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    Is it getting hot? Maybe if it gets hot it does what Intel CPUs do and downclocks the processor to keep it cool so therefore it ends up running slower.

    The bad part is that this gen is using AMD cpus. Factory must have fell out of alignment and mis applied thermal paste. I mean them AMDs committed assisted suicide the poos chips

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3seeker View Post
    The bad part is that this gen is using AMD cpus. Factory must have fell out of alignment and mis applied thermal paste. I mean them AMDs committed assisted suicide the poos chips
    I've been doing repairs and builds for over 20 years.
    Please don't bother bashing AMD's chips, they have never had the kind of quality issues you seem to infer by the very fact that this is 'the bad part' that they are using AMD.
    No such issue.

    Intel has yet to take so much hardware and put it on a single chip.


    AMD is not responsible for assembly of the machines, probably Foxconn or someone of the like.
    Blame a chinese megacorp who put together your iphone , android and most everything else you use, not AMD.
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    I actually had this same crazy issue just playing Strider, certainly not a system taxing piece of software.

    My issue was background downloading of a patch for the game while I was playing it.
    I never had to rebuild the database.
    YMMV
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Willaford View Post
    I've been doing repairs and builds for over 20 years.
    Please don't bother bashing AMD's chips, they have never had the kind of quality issues you seem to infer by the very fact that this is 'the bad part' that they are using AMD.
    No such issue.

    Intel has yet to take so much hardware and put it on a single chip.


    AMD is not responsible for assembly of the machines, probably Foxconn or someone of the like.
    Blame a chinese megacorp who put together your iphone , android and most everything else you use, not AMD.
    I didn't mean to. I use AMD chips too without a hitch, but that video certainly didn't help

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    Quote Originally Posted by D3seeker View Post
    I didn't mean to. I use AMD chips too without a hitch, but that video certainly didn't help
    Thanks.
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    I've all the sudden been having this same issue just out of nowhere. I'm not sure what the issue is but everything starts to freeze and skip around everywhere, even in the playstation menu. Any idea what may fix this?

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