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Fostis

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I have an new HP laptop with an Intel Pentium Dual Core Proccesor. I play World of Warcraft and I am haveing some major fps problems. On average I am getting 5 - 8 frames per second. I have tried contacting Blizzard's Tech Support with no solution. I am looking for help in getting my fps in the 20 - 30 range where the game will run a little more smooth. Please help. thank you in advance for any and all help.

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Thank you, Murray

Edited by Murray S., 16 October 2009 - 09:40 PM.

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Unless you spent a fortune on that laptop it probably isn't a gaming laptop and there would be very little that anybody can do to increase the frames per second rate.
What is your HP laptop's model number please?
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Laptops aren't exactly gaming gods. What's the Ghz on your processor? If its not in the 2ghz and up range, then you're never going to get it to run smooth.
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