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WoW help graphic issues


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mcwolves32

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Hi i am currently having some problems with WoW i will go into low res on my computer and get like 7-10 fps and then i tried high res and i got 7-10fps my one friend thinks that it may be a short in a part of my graphics card he recommended to post here so i came by and did just that please help me!
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What type of graphics card are you using?
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I am not sure and i have to head off to school right now i will figure that out when i get home
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If you dont know how to check do this.

Right click your desktop anywhere
Select Properties
Go to the settings tab
Click Advanced
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Now that you have done that list me all the tabs you have.
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nvidia fx 5200
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did you get a chance to update your video driver?
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Updating my drivers only increased it by like 5 fps
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Try turning vertical sync off, I remember in counter strike that your fps would stay at 60 unless you turned that off.
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ya turning vertical sync off should boost it alot. allso if you are useing UI's make sure you go to your addons thing when you sign in on the left of the screen click on that and set the mem number to 0 so your uis have some room to breath it will take the amount o mem needed. but with fps diff turn off Vertical sync
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