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Windows 7: FPS increasing

09 Mar 2010   #11

Windows 7

i have a feeling, that the problem is in windows settings... is there a way to disable some windows stuff, to increase pc's performance and so my fps would be higher ?
spyknee, where i can overclock my cpu and vid. ? in pc's I`m a total zero :/

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09 Mar 2010   #12

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32

Over clocking can be done with certain types of software and in the mobos bios. Generally the bios is the best place to OC from, but DO NOT OC anything if you do not understand how, ruin your hardware real quick. Surf the net about the subject, surf about OC'ing your particular components. If your hardware is not fairly new, that is most likely why the performance drop. W7 takes at least, twice as much ram as XP. You should put your system specs up, get better help probably.
-Use the native resolution of your monitor.
-Turn off all the eye candy settings in the games vid card settings.
-Make sure Direct X is up to date.
-Get latest drivers for vid card.
-If your not using a PCI-e vid card, well your done, puters to out of date.
-Turn off as much sound card settings as possible.
-Dump all of W7's eye candy.
-Go to the performance and maintenance tab for W7, read.
-There is some registry changes you could do, but again you could bung your puter will quick!
Get a USB ram stick and look into something called ReadyBoost.
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09 Mar 2010   #13

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

i know you're looking for an answer to your problem--i understand that. but i have a question: it's obvious you have some type of application that measures your fps... but 100fps to 50fps--is that discernible to you? a better question: is it affecting your game play in a negative way? from what i understand, games tend be be more unplayable the more they dip below 30fps. so at 50fps, are you suffering from some phenomenon that is making your game unplayable?

the other responders have all given good input as well. here is a link to a application that will do most of the stuff for you automatically: amd fusion for desktops

read up on it. if you like, install it and run it before you start to game.
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10 Mar 2010   #14

Windows 7

yes, in my fpsdfropping the problem is not like it's in lan. In lan with 60 fps the game is smooth like on 100 fps, but in my case, in 70 fps it's like on 20 fps, because it's lagging like shit
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10 Mar 2010   #15

W7 Ulti/64, XP Pro/32

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by decase View Post
My Computer Parametrs:
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5200+ 2.7 GHz
VCard: 758 mb ATI Raedon x2000

No offense, but your puter is woefully lacking, its way out of date. The majority of gaming is done with the vid card ram, system ram and cpu. W7 is using 50% 0f your system ram. Most modern gamers are using SLI'ed or Crossfire'ed vid cards.
ie: multiple PCI-e vid cards
As well as quadcore or better cpu's.
Most games are loading in more stuff and eye candy because of all the recent hardware innovations.
Your best solution would be to go back to using W's XP or get a new puter to use with W7. Not what you want to hear, but.......................

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