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World of Warcraft framerate issues

By Rfcmad ยท 6 replies
Nov 26, 2008
  1. Ever since i visited dragonblight in northrend i have been experiencing fps issues. i do not know why this is but i have tried various techniques and nothing has worked. Can anyone help me?
    here are some details of my laptop:

    Processor AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor TK-57, 1900 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 2 Logical Processor(s)

    Name NVIDIA GeForce 7000M / nForce 610M

    i have 2gb of ram as well.

    If anyone can help please post. thanks.
  2. MetalX

    MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,388

    GeForce 7000M isn't exactly a powerful video chipset. The lag is probably caused by the upgraded texture resolutions in the expansion combined with the influx of players to the new zones.
  3. Rfcmad

    Rfcmad TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thanks for clearing that up. i will just adjust settings for just now and hopefully things will get smoother as ppl spread out.
  4. Kaorichan2009

    Kaorichan2009 TS Booster Posts: 70

    i have the same problem. Im not reinstalling it on my computer till my HDD problem is solved. most likely the problem is the new patch if you still have burning crusade.
  5. DaMak420

    DaMak420 TS Rookie Posts: 189

    turn ground clutter density down to nil, same with ground clutter distance(radius), i think its called.
    Texture detail to mid-low level, spell detail to mid-low, Terain distance to mid-low

    Turn off full screen glow, turn off death affect.
  6. Rfcmad

    Rfcmad TS Rookie Topic Starter

    done most of that but will try the screen glow thing as well :)
  7. GHOwner

    GHOwner TS Rookie

    Try going to the lowest settings possible, reading the tooltips to ensure your changes are reducing the impact on the video card. As another has said, the video card isn't great, so see if this at least improves the framerate to determine it is the card.Then, start upping certain areas to test which is causing high impact and what isn't.

    Another thing to check is the new shadow setting, which creates a huge load to cards.
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