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Paradoxxx SL

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Hello,

I have a problem on my EEEPC, It runs Iatkos S3, But for example when I'm running a game, Assault cube for exemple, I have so low fps like 10... But, before I was on 10.5.8, and I had 80 Fps!
And also when running Garage Band, the display is so laggy.

So Is there a fix to have much more fps?

Thx.

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cactusjack901

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Up until a few minutes ago, I'm not going to lie, I just kinda wrote off this thread as ignorance, or you did something wrong, but now I go to play a game for the first time since updating to 10.6.4, and now when I play any game that is graphically intensive in any way (in this case, The Sims 2, and Postal 2), I get a Kernel Panic. Mind you, I was playing Postal 2 just fine before I updated to 10.6.4 (maybe even after, I don't recall, I just know this suddenly started happening today)

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I'm not sure why anyone would expect to be able to play those kinds of games on these machines. They are meant as little workhorses! Garageband tended to lag on my iMac until I upgraded the RAM, so thats a no go area as well...

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Well, Postal 2 runs fine on my old iMac G4, which has less horsepower than this, and it runs fine on this when I have Windows, same for The Sims 2, no reason why they wouldn't run on here. Postal 2 also runs fine on here when I don't have the 10.6.4 update installed. About to test The Sims 2 now. Your argument is invalid (no offense, just pointing out facts)

EDIT: Sims 2 runs fine. Seriously, these things are much more powerful than people think.





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