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stock speeds, 1440x900 resolution, and shadows are low, same resoultion as before. same monitor and same graphics card.
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stock speeds, 1440x900 resolution, and shadows are low, same resoultion as before. same monitor and same graphics card.
So you got a new cpu/mobo and now your FPS are lower at the same settings?
 
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There is/was a post on the WoW forums about this issue, they pretty much said disable PhysX and a couple of other changes and it had good results. I tried it myself and saw a decent frame increase. Sorry I can't link you the direct post but I'm at work and WoW forums are blocked.
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i figured out my problem, i had an aftermarket cpu fan and it wasnt on the way, it didnt fit right. so i went back to the stock one and i now get 60 fps on ultra, but cant go over 60 for some odd reason. either way, thanks for all your help guys! sorry it was such a dumb thing
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post #95 of 96
60 FPS max is generally caused by having v-sync turned on.
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post #96 of 96
Hey, glad you found the issue. I was reading this and saw that your FPS is capped at about 60 FPS. Just wanted to give some input. My guess is 99% that you have vertical sync enabled. Vertical sync, in case you don't know..., reduces your frame rates based on what your monitor's vertical refresh rate is. The reason for this is to stop screen tearing and flickering. Ever noticed when you don't have vertical sync on that when you take a sharp turn in a game or something similar to that your screen tears a bit before correcting itself? That is what vertical sync fixes. Monitors with a higher refresh rate cap the FPS at a higher number. Also something to realize is that anything over 70FPS is generally unnoticeable to the human eye. The human eye can only detect around 60-70 FPS so if your up at something like 140 FPS then I suggest turning up some game settings and make things look better opposed to having a high FPS that won't really benefit the quality. Then again if you have a slightly higher then 70 FPS it is a good thing because some spots in games are more demanding and therefor will drop your FPS some. Hope this kind of clarified vertical sync and why your capped at 60fps.
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