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[Feedback] T2A Spawns are Still Very Laggy

Discussion in 'UO Enhanced Client Discussion' started by Llewen, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Llewen

    Llewen Grand Inquisitor
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend Campaign Supporter

    Mar 3, 2006
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    Just thought I'd post this feedback. I explored all the T2A spawns for the first time in over seven years of playing UO - ya, I know, I need to get out more even in UO. The black screen issue might have been fixed but the T2A spawns are still quite laggy for me, more so than other spawns in dungeons or in Ilshenar.

    I don't think I noticed huge drops in fps (I think I was getting more than 30 fps and it was on average around 50), or more than you would normally expect with some many mobs in the same area, so I'm not sure it's a video issue, although it acts like one. I'm thinking though something else is going on, I didn't pay specific attention to cpu, memory or network usage (although I can't imagine it would be this, I have far more bandwidth available than anything any mmo would ever use), so I don't have any information on that, perhaps someone else does.
  2. Cear Dallben Dragon

    Cear Dallben Dragon Babbling Loonie
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Feb 17, 2005
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    cough cough

    PLEASE, remove the 500+ Gas traps int he city of the dead that go off at once whenever you come on screen.

    They will bring anyones computer to their knees. I have a GTX 285. My computer almost restarted itself.

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