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Fps drop and wierd fan noise

Last response: in Video Games
January 6, 2013 5:40:13 PM

hi i have been playing games on hig without any problems until lol started to lag i had 60 fps then it wuld drop to 15-30 fps and it wuld come back after some times and the fan wuld go on and off like more loud ad less(only while playing) i have the same problem with all my games i have Ram:4 gb
graphics card:1 gb
intel dual 2.20
win 7

i have measured my temp and my cpu was on 83 C while playing and out of game 50-70C

i dont know if my laptop is overheting or there is a problem with the fan

January 6, 2013 7:30:03 PM

You'll have to give me details on your hardware spec but it does look like an overheating problem maybe if you list better detail spec and what games your trying to play you can get better help here
January 7, 2013 12:31:54 PM

i am try to play cod 4 lol and cs 1.6 and they all lag when there are more enemies or just while playing

is there a program to tell me more detail spec
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January 7, 2013 12:57:13 PM

CPUz will tell you all the system info you need.
January 7, 2013 1:00:05 PM

Ram:4 gb ; graphics card:1 gb ; intel dual 2.20 ; win 7

Worst case scenario you have have onboard integrated graphics with a dynamic VRAM 'up to' around 1GB.

+ If you use Firefox press [Ctrl]+[J] to open the download window, as it downloads almost instantly!

Then click on
- Get Computer Diagnostics
- then CPU-Z and GPU-Z
- and download CPU-Z and GPU-Z to check what your PC specs 'really' are.

January 7, 2013 1:17:54 PM

may bad guys i have AMD Radeon HD 7500/7600 (1gb) series i will dowload now CPU-Z and GPU-Z
January 7, 2013 3:48:28 PM

Maybe your laptop is in Power Saver mode?
- Try using IObit GameBooster to make a new Power Profile that isn't held back, at the very least try it for testing.

That screenshot indicates your GPU is slower than a Radeon HD6570!

- Those '500' parts are mid range (eg: 1500, 2500, 3500, 4500, 9500), they're not really designed for modern games.
- The Pentium B960 isn't much chop for gaming either, it'll stutter about 5% to 10% of the time...

Disable V-sync, as your frame rate numbers indicate that it's enabled!
January 7, 2013 6:55:44 PM

were can i disable V-sync and what about the wierd sound noise while i am playing and my temp does that affects the frame rate
my laptop is on highperformance power use