my old laptop got to hot and went fukashima on me lol
Posted Oct 28 2015 - 22:55
Posted Nov 02 2015 - 08:55
Inb4 30-40 fps regardless the graphics setting. Might aswell go buy a $50 gpu to play this game because that's all the [edited]engine seems to support.
Posted Nov 29 2015 - 03:40
Can we PLEASE update this?
I am running an EVGA GTX970 w/ i7-4970k and windows 10.
I have tried everything to improve the frames that i know of and NOTHING works.
It is a miracle if I get anything above 20fps. Normally getting 15-18 fps.
This is not satisfactory. Please update asap.
Posted Nov 29 2015 - 05:33
Posted Dec 08 2015 - 15:25
Posted Jul 20 2016 - 18:11
Is there a way you can turn off the explosions?
Posted Aug 17 2016 - 02:24
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Posted Sep 25 2016 - 13:35
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Posted Dec 15 2016 - 19:42
I accidentally doubled my WoT FPS after doing a clean Win10 install. Used to be 40 to 50 fps now I am 90+ with practically everything cranked. Exactly the same WoT folder. But my Warships didnt seem to notice as much, about 20 or so percent I think.
System is a few years old with an AMD octocore 8320 and an AMD R9 200 series graphics- the exact model I dont recall. This is a PC that had done the inplace upgrade from Windows 8 to 10 previously.
I ordered a replacement SSD thinking there was a problem with the old one but it turns out my motherboard bios defaults to IDE for SATA, not AHCI and I had been running that way for ages. Probably means that I didnt need a new SSD but the new one is faster and better anyway. My Crystal Diskmark numbers showed about a 3X increase across the board except for Random Read 4KB which now goes 10X faster. Its a Samsung 850 replacing an old OCZ Agility 3.
Not that WoT uses much mem, but I had some laying around and the PC now has 16GB. With all that ram I will never use I configured in a 4GB AMD ram disk and have my temp folder there now running at the speed of light. Been doing this for ages on my laptops to save SSD wear and tear (browser cache there too etc).
Didnt have a lot of crapware on the old build so I am having a hard time explaining such a large jump, but I thought I would share just in case this provides some insight to WoT resource use.
Edited by UnitG2, Dec 15 2016 - 20:34.
Posted Dec 29 2016 - 02:57
Posted Jan 18 2017 - 01:27
WoT works fine in all my computers with NVidia cards but I have strange graphics issues with my computers with AMD/ATI cards even my paired AMD Radeon™ HD 6950 and this is my system that I use to showcase WoT with. WoW has no issues... just WoT.
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