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still at 20 frames give or take, and my gpu usage is 10% or so
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post #52 of 96
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still at 20 frames give or take, and my gpu usage is 10% or so
Put your clocks back on your GPU, and overclock your CPU, Should get better results overclocking the cpu, then you can overclock your gpu last.
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what exactly should i change all my settings to in the bios? im not sure how to overclock
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Posted this in another thread, try this out:

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Protip: I played WoW from 2004 until mid 2010, the thing killing your FPS is the shadows (Which they introduced just before WOTLK and never really optimized)

Turn shadows to at least medium and you won't notice a difference but FPS will guaranteed double. Everything else can remain max.
Also as ^^ said CPU clocks are going to > GPU clocks for WoW.
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what exactly should i change all my settings to in the bios? im not sure how to overclock
I'm not sure for intel, for amd we just raise the fsb/multiplier.
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post #56 of 96
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anybody with Intel that can help me out with overclocking?
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post #57 of 96
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already tried the shadows thing, didnt really get me what i was looking for, it boosts it...but not by much. thanks tho.
It should boost it significantly.. When I was doing it (and everyone I played with) we went from 50-60 FPS in dala to 100+

Your problem must be somewhere else, I want to say CPU clock.
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post #58 of 96
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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.
Actually, the DX11 features in wow increases FPS, because it lowers the strain on the CPU, making the GPU do more of the work.
post #59 of 96
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well unfortunately it took me from 20-30, I want to try overclocking but am not sure how exactly..
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post #60 of 96
I still suggest not touching any kind of overclocking until we get the GPU usage issue sorted out. Make sure vertical sync is turned off by the way. But nothing is going to help until that usage is increased "over 9000!" percent. lol
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