What my computer can do.
I have a rather nice computer that can run all but 1 of my games on max graphics at 16-- by whatever resolution. Crisis I can run on Mostly Highs, and a couple of ultra highs.
Whats the problem?
When I load Facebook games like Farmville or Cafe World It loads slow (can be internet) then lags when I get to a map with lots of items on it.
Whats the bottle neck? and how do I fix it?
OS: XP and VISTA
Motherboard: EVGA nForce 790i ULTA SLI
Graphics Card: BFG Geforce 9800GX2 (X2 in SLI)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad 3.0 GHz
RAM: OCZ NVIDIA SLI Ready Edition (2X4G 8G total)
Hard Drive: Western Digital Caviar Black 1T 7200RPM
Thats all I can think of that would matter. (I mean I doubt the CD drive would slow down internet games) Ask if you think I missed something.
It doesn't seem to run on a gfx card, it's largely CPU dependent and probably not the greatest of written software(very inefficient), I think the only other large bottleneck would be how fast your internet connection is.
You may be limited by the online servers themselves--these flash games aren't designed for people that expect top-level performance. I tend to think that its either facebook or the games themselves that are slow--not you.