Hi all, Specs: I'm running bootcamp on a Mac Pro 3.1 in Windows 7. The system is the dual core 3.1 model @2.8 ghz, 16 gb ram and a newly installed Nvidia GTX 970 graphics card. I was previously running a GTX 760 Ti "factory overclocked edition". Problem: 760 card was good to me but seemed to hover around 30-35 fps on any game I played for over a year. This week I installed the GTX 970 thinking the framerate issue would be solved. Obviously I'm an idiot. The GTX 970 is locked at the same 30 fps on just about anything graphically intensive. This is after verifying the graphics drivers are good and so far as I can tell, operating normally. The Question: After doing as much research as google will allow me or my feeble conceptualization of query words, I cannot find anything about running the GTX 970 in bootcamp to get around what I have come to know as "the bottleneck". While I have a rudimentary understanding of "the bottleneck" it seems like every context this is mentioned in threads where mac pro's and graphics cards collide is in OS X and not bootcamp and almost immediately thereafter is a commenter telling the OP to install bootcamp. I want to believe that installing boot camp offers options around this, software or otherwise. So. Is there a work around for this bottle neck without having to build a new computer? I've had this old thing for eight years nearly and I'm pretty fond of it. Please help!