if you want to change the cost of the interface without modifying the reference bandwidth then you must issue the ip ospf cost interface command.
If you don't modify the cost then by default the Gig interface will have same cost as Fastethernet one and so instead of choosing the Gig interface as output interface you may be doing load balancing using both interfaces.
hmmm, if you really need a lot of networks to be equal cost, you could always use redistribution instead of having the networks advertised directly in OSPF. You could then use a route map and set the metric and ensure that they are type-2 external routes. Then, if there are multiple paths to the networks, traffic should be fairly equally distributed where there are multiple paths. Any way that you could show the topology that you are dealing with?
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