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Runescape Running Choppy and Slow on New PC Laptop


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#1 Rize

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Posted 25 April 2014 - 11:12 AM

Hi everyone,

 

I registered to this website a long time ago and have only posted here when I've had problems with my computer and stuff like that.  My only concern is that I bought a new Windows laptop yesterday and I've been dying to play my favorite game on it for a while now.  I don't know my specs, but I was hoping I could find some help.

 



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#2 KJackson50

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Posted 19 May 2014 - 09:43 AM

Sorry I can't be much help without knowing what you are working with. You can use a program like Speccy to gather all your specs in one area, and post here so we can help.

 

However, how is runescape these days? I used to play a long time ago (back in the golden age lol), and haven't touched it extensively since.



#3 Venkee

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Posted 09 June 2014 - 07:02 PM

I still play Runescape! 13 years and still going strong. Runescape is famous for running crappy on nice rigs. I find that you must use Direct X mode to get a steady 40FPS. As mentioned above, what are you working with?






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