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  • pc that feel a little bit laggy in gaming

    hi guys! for first sorry for my english, i try to explain my problem! yesterday i was gaming with need for speed shift and i had the sensation that the game went a little bit laggy, so today i have decided to run this test...and this is the result:

    PassMark(TM) PerformanceTest 7.0 Evaluation Version (http://www.passmark.com)
    Results generated on: mercoledý 23 settembre 2009


    Benchmark Results

    Test Name: This Computer
    CPU - Integer Math: 238.7
    CPU - Floating Point Math: 894.3
    CPU - Find Prime Numbers: 672.6
    CPU - Multimedia Instructions: 4.3
    CPU - Compression: 2794.4
    CPU - Encryption: 7.9
    CPU - Physics: 140.1
    CPU - String Sorting: 1710.7
    Graphics 2D - Solid Vectors: 3.3
    Graphics 2D - Transparent Vectors: 3.3
    Graphics 2D - Complex Vectors: 91.0
    Graphics 2D - Fonts and Text: 103.7
    Graphics 2D - Windows Interface: 92.5
    Graphics 2D - Image Filters: 387.8
    2D Graphics - Image Rendering: 259.8
    Graphics 3D - Simple: 313.8
    Graphics 3D - Medium: 104.4
    Graphics 3D - Complex: 38.3
    Graphics 3D - DirectX 10: 2.3
    Memory - Allocate Small Block: 2119.3
    Memory - Read Cached: 1967.3
    Memory - Read Uncached: 1802.2
    Memory - Write: 1823.5
    Memory - Large RAM: 828.8
    Disk - Sequential Read: 41.3
    Disk - Sequential Write: 31.0
    Disk - Random Seek + RW: 2.8
    CD - Read: 4.7
    CPU Mark: 1728.8
    2D Graphics Mark: 430.3
    Memory Mark: 702.0
    Disk Mark: 271.6
    CD Mark: 573.7
    3D Graphics Mark: 279.5
    PassMark Rating: 823.5

    System information: This Computer
    CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
    Number of CPU: 1
    Cores per CPU: 2
    CPU Type: Intel Core2 Duo T9400 @ 2.53GHz
    CPU Speed: 2424.3 MHz
    Cache size: 6144KB
    O/S: Windows Vista (32-bit)
    Total RAM: 3038.3 MB.
    Available RAM: 1867.8 MB.
    Video settings: 1280x800x32
    Video driver:
    DESCRIPTION: NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT
    MANUFACTURER: NVIDIA
    BIOS: Version 62.94.1a.0.19
    DATE: 8-19-2009
    Drive Letter: C
    Total Disk Space: 298.1 GBytes
    Cluster Size: 4.0 KBytes
    File system: NTFS

    so? there is any problem?

    oh, i have the latest version of my graphic card driver!

  • #2
    First thing I see is your using a laptop and playing a game that has just come out. Your PT results look on par compared to other laptops with the same hardware so I would say nothing is wrong with your laptop.

    I would guess the lag you are complaining of is a result of playing on a laptop. Laptop CPU's and GPU's are not as powerful as there desktop counter parts unless you spend 3 or 4 K on them. That being said some things to try to help the problem. Since the game is new make sure you have the latest patch. http://www.needforspeed.com/web/nfs/downloads
    Set windows power management to high performance.
    Make sure no background tasks are running.
    Lower the screen resolution and or quality settings in game. Good luck!
    Last edited by wonderwrench; 09-23-2009, 11:15 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by wonderwrench View Post
      First thing I see is your using a laptop and playing a game that has just came out. Your PT results look on par compared to other laptops with the same hardware so I would say nothing is wrong with your laptop.

      I would guess the lag you are complaining of is a result of playing on a laptop. Laptop CPU's and GPU's are not as powerful as there desktop counter parts unless you spend 3 or 4 K on them. That being said some things to try to help the problem. Since the game is new make sure you have the latest patch. http://www.needforspeed.com/web/nfs/downloads
      Set windows power management to high performance.
      Make sure no background tasks are running.
      Lower the screen resolution and or quality settings in game. Good luck!
      thank you so much for the reply! so...the 9600m gt on my laptop is not equal of a 9600m gt on a desktop?

      thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by alemodena View Post
        thank you so much for the reply! so...the 9600m gt on my laptop is not equal of a 9600m gt on a desktop?

        thanks
        The M in 9600m stands for mobile. Mobile parts normally run at lower speed than non mobile parts so they are slower. The 9600 series is a lower end part to begin with. Its a entry level gaming card at best.
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        • #5
          The T9400 CPU isn't too bad for a Laptop CPU, but it can't match the desktop CPUs

          And as Wonderwrench correctly pointed out the 9600m GT isn't a match for desktop cards. To be honest I am a little suprised the games is playable at all. It must scale down well for slower hardware.

          Lower the game settings, or do your gaming on a desktop machine.

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