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    It's an Acer Aspire. I found the optional download for cool and quiet on their site. I'm assuming it didn't come with it since I dont see it in anything in the BIOS

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    Originally posted by theeDEATHMASTER View Post
    I think NVIDIA nForce6100
    That definitely has AMD cool and quiet. It also has integrated graphics, but I am not familiar with that type of board. What brand and model is it? You can download the mobo manuals online in pdf format, it will have details about what's in the bios and where. They always have info on the cool and quiet and power management. Unless it's an OEM board like Compaq or HP that has very limited bios you can access.

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    I think NVIDIA nForce6100

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    Originally posted by theeDEATHMASTER View Post
    Well it didn't do anything for UT3 but thanks for the help.
    What motherboard do you have?

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    yeah, disable or turn all the setting to use "application settings"

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    Well it didn't do anything for UT3 but thanks for the help.

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    Eh while you are there you can set max pre-rendered frames to 0 and Multi-display/mixed- GPU acceleration to single display performance mode.

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    I checked BIOS again, there is no such option. The closest thing was Smart Fan Control.
    I'm not sure what you mean to disable. Something here?:
    [shot]http://img182.imageshack.us/img182/3558/47377391fb9.jpg[/shot]

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    if your video card has it's own settings that it is forcing upon the game try disabling them all.
    this helped me.
    I was having the same issue. You could run the whole map then hit one spot in one particular direction and get a huge FPS drop.
    Refer to this thread.
    http://utforums.epicgames.com/showth...1#post25456061

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    Originally posted by theeDEATHMASTER View Post
    I don't have any cool and quiet things in my bios. I did try the -onethread thing though and it appears to have given more consistent results. I get 37 fps steady every time now. Though another problem that still remains is that I get that framerate at all resolutions. I would think that lowering it would give much more but it's the same (even at 800x600). I can get 60+ if I look at other spots but it remains that I can not get anything higher than anything on my maximum resolution. Framerate smoothing is off too.
    When lowering the res does not help framerate, it means your cpu limited.

    You have an AMD athlon 64 mobo, cool 'n quiet should be under System Health or Power Management in the BIOS.

    Some boards do have unresolved issues;
    http://www.silentpcreview.com/article172-page1.html

    Also, have you installed NVidia Ntune? If not, you should. You can monitor your cpu and video card freq, voltages, and temps with it as well as adjust all your settings.

    How about latest nvidia mobo chipset drivers?

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    I don't have any cool and quiet things in my bios. I did try the -onethread thing though and it appears to have given more consistent results. I get 37 fps steady every time now. Though another problem that still remains is that I get that framerate at all resolutions. I would think that lowering it would give much more but it's the same (even at 800x600). I can get 60+ if I look at other spots but it remains that I can not get anything higher than anything on my maximum resolution. Framerate smoothing is off too.

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    Try running ut3 with -onethread (add the line -onethread to the end of the target in the shortcut properties, outside the quotes)
    I still think background applications are the cause but I'll try other things too.

    Disable any cool and quiet apps too as they can cause false cpu reads at application start up, not had the issue with new games but i know unreal had that problem so try it I guess.

    *edit nooooo oldkawman beat me

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    I had to disable cool and quiet in the bios on my mobo. Also, I do not run anything in the background, no AV, nothing.

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    There were none that weren't essential. Definitely doesn't explain why the drop was so steady. I mean it stays at those 2 numbers pretty consistently no matter how long I stand there. The only difference was a restart of the game, without changing anything else.

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    Inconsistent frame rates under a without reason are usually due to background processes.

    Cut down on all background processes see if that helps.

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