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Hello some of you may know me as WMI|SjMX. on servers. Well I have a issue with FPS not being stable with a decent computer and I have no idea why I can't even get a stable FPS of 90 (drops often to 30 or even lower sometimes)


So what I need to know is there anyone that has any clue what could be causing the problem.


System Specs


Processor: AMD Phenom 9650 Quad-Core Processor 2.30GHz

Memory(RAM): 4.00 GB

GFX Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 1028MB

Hard Drive: 150 GB

OS: Vista 32bit Ultimate Service pack 1 (c.r.a.c.k.e.d)

Monitor: Hanns-G HW191D (19inch)


I think I have updated most the drivers.. my cfg on ET is pretty much default. So anyone who has had a problem like mine and fixed it or someone that knows more than me about computers (which ain't hard) could help me out.


Thanks in advanced SjMX

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Sounds to me like your having overheating issues, the first thing I would suggest is get some canned air and spray out your computer good. Spray out your vid card fan, cpu fan/heatsink as well as chipsets and motherboard. It could also be a ton of other things. How long have you been having these problems?


Other things to check or do


Virus scan

take memory out and put it back in, try just in a 2gig stick also

update video drivers (I like omega drivers) http://downloads.guru3d.com/ForceWare-Omega-Driver-v116925-Vista-download-1815.html

windows update (if you can)

run memtest86


things that can be going bad


1 video card

2 power supply

3 memory

4 motherboard (not likely)

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