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Originally Posted by ezikiel12 View Post
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?
We haven't gotten to afterburner, one step at a time. Trying to rule out the basics, then get to hardware.
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post #32 of 96
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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
Before doing anything.. Download MSI afterburner http://downloads.guru3d.com/Afterbur...load-2604.html

Then set it up so you can see your clock speeds on screen while gaming and check to see if your card is running at the proper clock speed. Overclocking your cpu will help, but it won't help nearly enough.
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alright, one step at a time it is. whats the next step then? =/
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With my setup, as listed below, I get 60FPS almost constant, on 1920x1080 resolution with a ATI 4890 on HIGH settings.

I'm on Muradin atm
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alright, one step at a time it is. whats the next step then? =/
MSI afterburner.. This will answer all uncertainty
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You were probably running on dx9 on your old rig. Now you are running DX11. Its a massive frame rate difference in WOW, but its not really to noticeable one to your eyes.

You can force WOW back to dx9 if you want to.
WoW runs better in DX11 than it does in DX9, even my older DX10 cards see a significant boost in FPS when enabling it.

And now that I mention it, try running it with DX11. Add -d3d11 to your shortcut and see if that helps.
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With my setup, as listed below, I get 60FPS almost constant, on 1920x1080 resolution with a ATI 4890 on HIGH settings.

I'm on Muradin atm
Cool story.

And yeah, afterburner will set u straight
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alright, one step at a time it is. whats the next step then? =/
Everyones in a rush, Just download MSI Afterburner, set it up so it displays information on screen. Report back.

Things you want displayed:Vram usage,Core Clocks, GPU usage,Fan speed?
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alright i got it downloaded and opened, now what?
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As far as I know, wow can have problems with Intel processors and Speedsted, since it's not the most demanding game.. Same deal as with the graphics clock, just for the CPU. Try disabling Speedstep and other stepping/power saving options in the BIOS. After checking the GPU clocks.
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