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agamer7809

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Whenever I play games that have a lot of things going on, for example Diablo 3, Path of Exile or League of Legends, when it comes to massive fights, I notice that when it comes to team fights, or fighting large packs of monsters, my games freeze, and than reload a few seconds later.  This just started happening after I was having some issues with the computer as a whole prior.  It was running incredibly slow, to the point where I was getting only 50fps in LoL, where I was getting almost 400 before the problem started.  

Specs are as listed:

Mobo: Gigabyte GA-H97-HD3 LGA 1155

CPU: Intel Core i7 -4790 3.6GHz

 

GPU: Gigabyte Radeon R9 390 8GB

RAM: Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB (2x16GB)

 

PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA 650 Watt 80+Gold

 


 


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Whenever I play games that have a lot of things going on, for example Diablo 3, Path of Exile or League of Legends, when it comes to massive fights, I notice that when it comes to team fights, or fighting large packs of monsters, my games freeze, and than reload a few seconds later

 

 

Not being an avid gamer I may be wrong but are the above three games not each played online, what you describe sounds like it could be ISP related, an issue that was touched upon in your previous thread where Makko made a suggestion for you, thread here


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Thank you for pointing that other thread out to me.  I completely forgot about that!


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No problem but to avoid you potentially being offered the same or any conflicting guidance it is important that you only have the one thread regarding the same issue/s.

 

Please continue at your original thread here and to ensure that you receive notifications to your thread please click on the Follow this topic tab.

 

Duplicate thread closed as per the above reason.


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