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My gaming Experience is choppy

I play WoW and my gaming experience is choppy after installing new Ram. What can I do to improve my system's performance?

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Maybe ur old ram is of 800mhz?and u add 533mhz?

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Mention some of the best sites like Pokabunga.com to play card games Online?


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How do i improve my framerate


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Choppy internet connection


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Sony VAIO vgatz750p has problems plating video. Playback is in almost slow motion and choppy


You probably need more ram memory. Also try playing a video in your dvd player. If it plays slow and choppy you definitely need more ram memory.

If you are trying to play a video from a website (streaming) then three things can affect how smooth it plays.
1) Memory - your ram memory might be low
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3) The Line Speed of your internet connection from your service provider might be slow. For example: AT&T sells about 3 or 4 different packages and each one increases the line speed for uploading or downloading. If you buy the low end package the line speed is very slow on uploading and downloading or streaming. It's ok for just surfing, but nothing else.

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Computer lags when playing games


You really need more Ram. But if that's not an option, then open "Activity Monitor" under Utilities folder in Apps folder. Go to User Processes, and you can see exactly what's taking up your Ram and slowing your game. Quit each process and hope for the best. Don't fool with the System Processes section; you might quit a process that is essential to running your computer.

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Choppy graphics on every game


you should have atleast a 400watt pwr supply for gaming, if this fails try upgrading your video card to 1 gig ddr video card.

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Lenovo n500 3000 display driver problem?


Other than RAM there are also other things to be considered to be able to experience great gaming experience. Commonly the slow and laggy experience are due to insufficient RAM, low video memory, internet connction if your playing online,disk space and processor. And no its nor a driver issue. The best way is to solve this is to check the recommended "system requirements" of the games your playing. If all requirements are met i'm pretty sure you'll be able to play games smoothly. good luck!

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VIDEO MODE NOT SUPPORTED


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