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Pandaria zones or normal zones like Dun Morogh? What graphics settings are you on? What power supply do you have (might not be getting enough power to your GPU or something)
Unless you're talking about ultra settings in Pandaria zones or if your power supply might not have enough power, then I'd say a driver issue perhaps
Edited by Emerron on 5/9/2013 9:47 AM PDT
Def not the power supply lol.
Go to www.geforce.com, on the left side in the "Latest GPU Drivers" window click Find all drivers. Then Auto-detect your GPU.
It will tell you what the latest driver is and what one you have.
If you're still having issues after installing that (or if you're already on that one) then I'm not sure :(
Depending on your graphics settings the CPU might be too slow.. I have Core 2 Quad 2.4GHz and I get pretty bad framerates in MOP if my graphics settings are above good, in spite of having a GTX 560
But if that's even on relatively low graphics settings then I dont think the CPU is the problem and theres prob something else going on
Edited by Emerron on 5/9/2013 9:59 AM PDT
75 Goblin Rogue
if I wipe my pc and start again think it will fix the problem?
Maybe, maybe not. If it's a hardware fault then reinstalling Windows will do nothing. Make sure your hardware is all in working order before taking that step.
Gonna agree with the above posters. Your CPU is rather old and slow, but update your drivers and check your CPU/video card temperatures while playing to make sure they're not overheating due to poor cooling.
You can do this using CoreTemp for your CPU and Nvidia Inspector for your GPU.
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