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    Well i log KO its all working fine but after like 20 mintures,the game starts to lag(and i dont mean internet lag)everything is slow i barely move cant cast skills and when i ALT + TAB my pc is slow as hell too,takes ages to open a browser or winamp,not to mention its hard to type in the browser/ingame etc.and after a few minutes it all goes back to normal,then back to lag after 20-30 mins and so on.I've re instaled windows,cleared the pc from dusts etc,but its still the same,does any1 have any idea ? Im using Windows 7 32 bit/ AMD Athlon 64 x2 Dual Core Processor 3600 + ,2.0 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT,also all the drivers are up to date.

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    ok i had the same problems with myself, so i upgraded to 64bit and add 2gb more to my ram and it works so far very well. 32bit i think is unstable sometimes and u need more memory i can only go 4gb total

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    I'd have said it would more than likely be a background process is doing something every 20-30 mins and raping your CPU/Memory. But if you've got a fresh install of Windows, it almost certainly isn't that.

    If you've got money to spare, would do what the guy above suggested, head to 64bit and up the RAM. I get the same problem on 64bit W7 / 4gb RAM with Firefox. If I leave that on for a crazy amount of time it just snowballs memory, until the point where I have to restart it. Never with KO though :/

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    The thing i dont get it,its i've had the same pc a long time and i never had this kind of problem before,it started recently,i had XP windows but some crappy one,so i instaled Windows 7,but the problem didnt go away,so i quess its time to spend some money <_<

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    It's most likely your CPU overheating. Grab some thermal paste, a roll of pennies and make a heatsink, thermal paste the pennies on top of your CPU's heatsink to lure some of the heat away from your processor.

    Stack the pennies around 4-5 pennies high, paste them together( each one must have thermal paste on it. ) Then paste it to BOTH your GPU(if you have integrated) and your processors heatsinks.

    Next, grab a fan and attach it to the top of your case. With a hole saw, make a hole underneath the fan so the fan can push out hot air.

    This should drop the temperatures of your GPU/CPU down by 10 degrees or so( depends if you have good airflow in your case)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    It's most likely your CPU overheating. Grab some thermal paste, a roll of pennies and make a heatsink, thermal paste the pennies on top of your CPU's heatsink to lure some of the heat away from your processor.

    Stack the pennies around 4-5 pennies high, paste them together( each one must have thermal paste on it. ) Then paste it to BOTH your GPU(if you have integrated) and your processors heatsinks.

    Next, grab a fan and attach it to the top of your case. With a hole saw, make a hole underneath the fan so the fan can push out hot air.

    This should drop the temperatures of your GPU/CPU down by 10 degrees or so( depends if you have good airflow in your case)
    Before doing all of the above ^, monitor your CPU temp before/during/after lags. There's loads of programs out there, not sure how many W7 are compatible with, but Speedfan is compatible with it afaik.

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    Ok i've instaled that program for temperature:
    Fan1: 2885RPM GPU:127 C
    Fan2: 0RPM Temp:from 42 to 49 C
    Fan3: 0RPM Temp:127C
    Fan4: 0 RPM Temp:127C
    Fan5: 0 RPM Core: from 42 to 49 C
    What does that temp tell ? Whats overheating ?Note: those are temp while im playing KO.

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    that GPU is far too hot,
    install the newest drivers and check if there's any changes.
    also, clean your comp if you haven't opened it up in years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stimpy View Post
    Ok i've instaled that program for temperature:
    Fan1: 2885RPM GPU:127 C
    Fan2: 0RPM Temp:from 42 to 49 C
    Fan3: 0RPM Temp:127C
    Fan4: 0 RPM Temp:127C
    Fan5: 0 RPM Core: from 42 to 49 C
    What does that temp tell ? Whats overheating ?Note: those are temp while im playing KO.

    You are definitely overheating. Which video card do you have? Grab a can of compressed air and blow out your PC. Then do what I said below.

    It's most likely your CPU overheating. Grab some thermal paste, a roll of pennies and make a heatsink, thermal paste the pennies on top of your CPU's heatsink to lure some of the heat away from your processor.

    Stack the pennies around 4-5 pennies high, paste them together( each one must have thermal paste on it. ) Then paste it to BOTH your GPU(if you have integrated) and your processors heatsinks.

    Next, grab a fan and attach it to the top of your case. With a hole saw, make a hole underneath the fan so the fan can push out hot air.

    This should drop the temperatures of your GPU/CPU down by 10 degrees or so( depends if you have good airflow in your case)

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