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adde9400
02-12-2013, 11:30 AM
Hello, i wanna know what is correct performance in World of warcraft with g75vw with 670m. I run everything on ultra except shadows on on high, everything maxed out in 1080p.

And in stormwind at the bank i get around 50 fps, and in some instances the fps drops to 55fps.. most of the time i have 70+ fps, but i thought it could handle ultra on 60+ fps all the time?

Someone tell me what your performance is in wow?

Thanks in advance.

adde9400
02-12-2013, 02:18 PM
Anyone? Would be great to hear from you.

HulkSmash
02-12-2013, 02:32 PM
It used too, but keep in mind once Mists of Pandaria came out, the game got much more demanding than it was before....Not a very demanding game, but certainly more than before...do you OC?

adde9400
02-12-2013, 02:38 PM
It used too, but keep in mind once Mists of Pandaria came out, the game got much more demanding than it was before....Not a very demanding game, but certainly more than before...do you OC?

It used too what?

Yes i have OC the graficcard to 720mhz.

adde9400
02-12-2013, 03:05 PM
In stranglethorn vale in wow, i have like 37fps on ultra settings, that seems very low?

HulkSmash
02-12-2013, 05:01 PM
It used to run at 60 fps + constantly, not anymore since they upgraded graphics/engine. Yes, that's normal...On a different note: I don't get all the fuss about the desperation of getting 60+ fps, yes there is a very noticeable difference between 60 and 30, but 30 is by every mean still a good gaming experience...Plus I'll sacrifice some extra fps any day for good looks ;P

adde9400
02-12-2013, 05:57 PM
It used to run at 60 fps + constantly, not anymore since they upgraded graphics/engine. Yes, that's normal...On a different note: I don't get all the fuss about the desperation of getting 60+ fps, yes there is a very noticeable difference between 60 and 30, but 30 is by every mean still a good gaming experience...Plus I'll sacrifice some extra fps any day for good looks ;P

38fps on a new gaming laptop on a game like wow is not playable for me...

adde9400
02-12-2013, 07:11 PM
I just noticed my cpu usage is on about 20-30%, that may cause the low fps issue right?

Primeval
02-12-2013, 08:28 PM
The FPS drop on FULLY MAX with all extra settings up to max as well with the laptop in my signature.

adde9400
02-12-2013, 08:32 PM
The FPS drop on FULLY MAX with all extra settings up to max as well with the laptop in my signature.

Down to like 38, outside stormwind and such places?

Skull6
02-12-2013, 11:19 PM
Do you really need all that eye-candy to do well in the game? Don't get me wrong, I appreciate all the eye-candy, too. But I'm willing to lower my settings to get more "responsiveness" out of the game. When I raid (which isn't very often anymore), I'll lower my settings even further. I'll sacrifice some eye-candy to ensure as little lag (whether caused by restricted bandwidth or increased cpu/ gpu cycles--or both) as possible any day.

It's akin to driving a muscle car, & saying "I love driving really fast, but it's hard to keep the tires from skidding when I take sharp turns when I do drive fast..."--in my humble opinion, of course. Just learn when to throttle & when to open that baby up!!! ;)

HulkSmash
02-13-2013, 02:19 AM
Nah, what I'm saying is more like sacrificing the 60 fps for looks, since 30-40 fps for me is just fine (except for I'd say like a FPS online...). Graphics are just something that impress me, and I admire the way some developers put in hard work to make their games look, with enough fluidity that is...