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    Possible fix for slowing/lag

    NOTE - This so far works on my system....your milage may vary

    Check the options.txt file located in your My Documents/Titan Quest - Immortal Throne/Settings folder.

    Near the bottom of the file you'll see a line that says...

    forceSingleProcessorMode

    *IF* you have a dual core (which I do), make sure that line says "false" (no quotes).

    Save changes and give it a try.

    I did get one instance of sudden movement / lag, but overall game play was alot better.

    AGAIN - this worked on my system, it may not work on your or it may damage it....TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK!


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    Re: Possible fix for slowing/lag

    Quote Originally Posted by Taliseian View Post
    NOTE - This so far works on my system....your milage may vary

    Check the options.txt file located in your My Documents/Titan Quest - Immortal Throne/Settings folder.

    Near the bottom of the file you'll see a line that says...

    forceSingleProcessorMode

    *IF* you have a dual core (which I do), make sure that line says "false" (no quotes).

    Save changes and give it a try.

    I did get one instance of sudden movement / lag, but overall game play was alot better.

    AGAIN - this worked on my system, it may not work on your or it may damage it....TRY AT YOUR OWN RISK!


    t
    OMFG, they had it set to "true" ><;;

    Hopefully this will fix my issues.

    Also did you notice the mapZoom = 100 line? Wonder how far out we can zoom it? Should make archers easier to use Just set it to 255, gonna see what it does

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    Senior Member Yusuke's Avatar
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    Re: Possible fix for slowing/lag

    I found that option a few days ago while looking thru the options file and it hasn't helped my slow down or rubberbanding effect, but it did give me about another 15-20 fps overall, so that's a plus

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    Re: Possible fix for slowing/lag

    I'm not speaking for Ironlore, but as a programmer. They might have turned that option off because it wasn't ready for prime time. So if you notice a decrease in stability, try changing it back and see if that was the trigger.

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