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That's far from the point... The op has a good system and shouldn't be bottlenecked on wow... My guess would be Internet though
That's usually the issue, They go Build a Monster machine, and connect it to DSL (att). Not that DSL is bad, i can tell a big difference when i'm using the net at my friends/family.

I can put my settings on Ultra and still get 40-45fps in town with ppl casting there buffs. Soon as you leave town to quest, frames sky rocket!
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post #22 of 96
I had this same exact issue a while back. The trick is to open the nvidia control panel and Manage WoW's settings. I think its a power management slide that you can edit to prefer maximum performance. Hope this helps

Edit- forgot to specify that i have 2 Gtx 465's that i unlocked to 470's. GF100 is weird like that with WoW being in 2d mode
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http://www.speedtest.net/result/1094390415.png

im running the nvidia drivers off the website.
and i havent said the nvidia control panel to do so. I will right now.
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How do i set Nvidia Control panel to run wow.exe in max settings?
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Right click on desktop > Nvidia control panel > Manage 3d settings > Program settings > add the .exe
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post #26 of 96
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alright i edited it to prefer maximum performance, anything else I should try? I am going to open wow and test it out now.
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post #27 of 96
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http://www.speedtest.net/result/1094390415.png

im running the nvidia drivers off the website.
and i havent said the nvidia control panel to do so. I will right now.
Your test don't look so hot, I'd say thats why your having a not so well experience.

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post #28 of 96
That should be it under that category anyway.

You could try overclocking that i3 of yours for a boost in frames.

And also, contact your isp for a better connection, or change over to a better provider in your area
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post #29 of 96
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Your test don't look so hot, I'd say thats why your having a not so well experience.

That bandwidth is plenty good (3 mbps).. I speak from experience.. it is definitely his cards not upclocking in wow. How come no one suggested he set up afterburner to actually test and see if that was the case?
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ill try overclocking, thing is...idk how to exactly set it up. i know where to go in the BIOS but not sure what to change and what to change it too, and what is afterburner? ill try whatever I can to help boost my frames
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