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#61
Machiavelli

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Thanks for the help. It feels really good to play games on maxed out settings.

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Glad to be able to help :thumbsup:

Enjoy your gaming but no skipping lessons eh :whistling:
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Every bit of performance gain you can get will help with keeping the min frame rate as high as possible.
If you use Chrome,
deselect "Continue running background apps when Google Chrome is closed" checkbox. > https://support.goog...r/1184722?hl=en
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Yep, thanks :thumbsup:
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I have upgraded now my RAM. Now no more FPS Drops at BF 4 - it runs really good on my PC. I love it.
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Did you just add or buy a complete kit? wha total now?
Is that a new Avatar?

When running benchmarks, this may interest you, > http://www.overclock...ith-fps-in-game
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I have upgraded my RAM from 1333 MHZ to 1600 MHZ ( a complete kit). Thanks for the friend request , I did of course accepted that. You are a really nice guy.

Is that a new Avatar?

My Homer Simpson Avatar? Yep.

Next time I'm thinking of that Avatar:

Posted Image

or

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:wub:

 

What are you thinking about buying a better cooler for my CPU and overclocking it? There are some weird things at BF4:

Some times I play more than 60 FPS , other times less than 60 FPS (on the same map - only different Servers).

 

When running benchmarks, this may interest you, > http://www.overclock...ith-fps-in-game

That's really interesting.
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Was that going from 4Gb to 8GB?

I did of course accepted that. You are a really nice guy.

Most of the time, I only really get cranky when my next door plays thump thump music louder than my TV.

Next time I'm thinking of that Avatar:

Your present one is cooler.

What are you thinking about buying a better cooler for my CPU and overclocking it?

Just remember that using other than the stock cooler will void your warranty and if damage occurs, you
don't have a legit claim. If the MB has a software utility to boost performance, try that first to see if it makes a gaming difference and what kind of temps your get.

Some times I play more than 60 FPS , other times less than 60 FPS (on the same map - only different Servers).

Could be network
latency or a background task kicking in. > Accessories, System Tools > Task Scheduler, Change time if something is going when you are gaming. Some info about Jave, be sure to follow this link in the article, We have pleaded with our readers to disable Java,> http://www.howtogeek...ble-javascript/


If you are interested and have the time? Plwase have a look at this topic from Post #17, any insights would be appreciated, > http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/335963-upgrading-to-saphire-radeon-r9-290x-tri-x/page__st__15


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Was that going from 4Gb to 8GB?

Nope. Before the upgrade I also had 8 GB.

If the MB has a software utility to boost performance, try that first to see if it makes a gaming difference and what kind of temps your get.

Yep, I will try that.

If you are interested and have the time? Plwase have a look at this topic from Post #17, any insights would be appreciated,

I will answer to that later. I think I have an idea how to solve that.
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Thanks Machiavelli.
Great to see you on the other topic.
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