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Post Mon May 09, 2016 10:12 am

Problem with 12 clients

Hallo
First my english is very bad ;) (sry)

Ihave a Problem with playing 12 Clients Lord of the Rings Online.
Windows 7 Pro x64

My Hardware what i use:
Motherboard : MSI Big Bang-XPower II (MS-7737)
CPU: HexaCore Intel Core i7-4930K, 3400 MHz (6 Core 12 Threads)
Ram: 4x Corsair Vengeance CMZ32GX3M4X1600C10 -8 GB (runs in Quadchannel Mode)
GPU: iChill GeForce GTX 980 Ti Black 6 Gb Ra

Screen Solution is : 2560 x 1080
Here is load the Set:
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and in Game:
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I played a long time my 12 client set wihtout any problems at low game config.

Now, after Update 17 minas tirith (Lord of the Rings Online) i cant play this 12 Set anymore.
I only have biggest lags all time.
The Games hotfix never fix my Problem.

Is my Hardware to bad ?
Can i do anything to run my 12 clients again ?
Anyon have an idea for me ?

Anyon can explane the right cpu settings for my CPU ?

Vieleicht ist ja auch jemand da der mir in Deutsch helfen kann :)

Danke im Vorraus.
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Post Mon May 09, 2016 6:46 pm

Re: Problem with 12 clients

I'm unfamiliar with how well LotRO performs or the load that it produces, but you said it used to run fine and now no longer does, so the only thing I can suggest at the moment is to monitor your hardware and look for a bottleneck somewhere. The program that is recommended on that page does not read video RAM (VRAM), so I'd suggest downloading GPU-Z as well to monitor that.
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Post Thu May 12, 2016 5:33 am

Re: Problem with 12 clients

thx for answer.

i have a scrren with the hardware monitor

the cpu max stats was when i load all 12 clients.
after i logged in - no 1 core was higher then 80 %
I think the all stats is not bad

btw , what is a "bottleneck" ? sry my english isnt good ... ;)

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and this:
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