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KO & AMD 64

This is a discussion on KO & AMD 64 within the Tech Support forums, part of the Knight Online (ko4life.com) category; If you got huge fps spike with an AMD 64 you can lower it alot by doing a bios update, ...
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    RingWraith
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    Default KO & AMD 64

    If you got huge fps spike with an AMD 64 you can lower it alot by doing a bios update, cause i just bought an AMD64 and i had huge fps spikes in ko like jump from 100 to 10 every 2 sec making my chr warp forward and i did bios update as a friend told me i should try and now i dont have the spikes anymore, i post it since CSrep told me ko didnt support AMD64 so he couldnt help me fix it.

    MB: ASrock 939Dual SATA-2
    CPU: AMD64 3500+ <-- not over heated is around 35 degree celcius
    Ram: 1024 DDR400

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    h4x0r Admin Devile's Avatar
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    What mainboard do u have? Might not apply to everyone but its a good tip.

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    Rentzusuken
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    BOONDOCK SAINTS FOR THE MOTHERFUCKING WIN.

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    Don't think that must be caused by your CPU. It might be something completely unrelated. Like perhaps a background app that keeps redrawing something every time you get the "fps spike".

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    Dragonfaire
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    Originally posted by Rentzusuken
    BOONDOCK SAINTS FOR THE MOTHERFUCKING WIN.
    I will have to see that movie :/

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    I got ASrock 939Dual-SATA2

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    An amd 64 cpu can handle any existing 32bit applications , you can run regular 32bit windows on it you dont have to run winx64 , thing is about KO and 64 bit cpu's that if you were to install a 64bit os you cant play ko , its not supportet.

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    RingWraith
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    i use a 32bit OS. And still topic is only here to help if some ppl got same prob as i did with my amd 64.

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    Originally posted by RingWraith
    I got ASrock 939Dual-SATA2

    Theres your problem right there, get a proper mobo.

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    Have you installed the amd A64 cpu driver?

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    I have 2 PCs exactly the same, 1 with that driver and 1 without. Couldnt tell the difference. Both PCs with XP SP2 and latest patches. Is it really needed?

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    yeah i cbf with all that 64bit shit my solution stay on the old mobos..

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    Is it switching off constantly ?

    or after about 20 minutes or so ?

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    I got the cpu driver installed and i fixed all my FPS SPIKES by doing bios update :P

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    tlax
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    Originally posted by kirky
    yeah i cbf with all that 64bit shit my solution stay on the old mobos..
    Would be kinda stupid to stick with an old 32bit cpu now wouldnt it ?
    Having a 64bit cpu doesnt mean that you have to run a 64 bit os , it handles 32 bit applications just as well.

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