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post #11 of 18
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How do you pvp in shatt?! Anyway, My 8800GT still gets 55 FPS in shat. One of my guildees told me about this so I'll relay the info, delete your *** folder in your wow directoy.
That's my point, you're not doing anything important in Shatt, so performance wouldn't matter in Shatt.
post #12 of 18
Just out of curiosity, could this be a memory issue?
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Just out of curiosity, could this be a memory issue?
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post #14 of 18
If you have an Nvidia card, download and install EVGA Precision, turn on in game display. You can even increase polling time too. You'll find that FPS will jump all over the place. I can go from 40fps to 100fps, depending on where Im at. 30fps to me is normal for a 9600GT in a populated area.
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Okay, I think I found the solution. I deleted my *** folder and then slowly added all the settings back. The killer (surprisingly) was Window Mode. With it off I am getting 40-50 fps around Shatt with random stutters every few seconds albeit. Still, it's an improvement.
post #16 of 18
what does the W...T....F folder contain? is it anything important? also, do i just delete the contents of the folder or the folder itself?
    
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post #17 of 18
You know, since I got my brand new card ( and I guess WoW got patched 1-2 times since then) i've had this odd FPS cap too. It's @75fps, and it will never go higher.
Even with my old card I could get 100fps in Goldshire Inn looking at the ceiling!
I've heard this prob on other boards too, solution?

Also the W T F folder holds account settings and your personal settings. You can safely delete it as this just resets everything and a new one is created when you start WoW up.
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post #18 of 18
its a common problem that I have read about all over not just on this forum, in fact one of my buddies has this card and it wont even let him play the game, with new drivers or the old one, I think nvidia has just got a few bugs they need to fix for the 9600gt, I think that what it could possibly be is a compatibility issue between WOW and Nvidias driver for the 9600gt, specs wise the card should run the game at 60fps+ all day long but whoever wrote the driver made a mistake somewhere.
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