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How do i improve my framerate

Every game I try to play will only load about 2 or 3 frames a second most of the time,what can I do to improve this?

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- Shut down all running updates
- Remove all temporary files from your system
- You must have enough memory on disc that can support your paging memory
- Stop background running applications
- Run Reginout Utility for extreme gaming experience
- Update DX on your system
- Try putting all graphics on low

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i think getting 2gb of ram will make your computer go much faster and wont lag but if u do that ur computer might be to fast for ur graphics so it will look choppy so u might need both.

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