Looks like this only works if you have the following CPUs
Intel Itanium (support has ended)
I logged into runescape today, probably for the first time after they did the nuke update for bots, and noticed how much slower it ran on my computer so I wanted to see if I could find away to increase my low FPS of 10-25 to something more higher
Warning: I have not tested game play/use with using this just the FPS so if for some reason it sucks for other things sorry lol.
Now this may work for you and it may not I just tested it on my computer and it worked for me so please leave feedback if it works for you
jrockit -[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
don't download the real time since it seems to crash on me Oracle JRockit JDK is the one you need, I guess there real time JRE is not the same as there JDK's JRE package... idk about: The Oracle JRockit JVM is the industry's highest performing Java Virtual Machine now built into Oracle Fusion Middleware. It brings industry leading real time infrastructure capabilities with JRockit Real Time and unparallelled JVM diagnostics with JRockit Mission Control.
(I've tested jrockit with other things and most of the time it's slower e.g prime number finder lol)
Now I'm not sure how I can get jrockit to work with browsers as of yet I'll have to look into that but the next thing you will need is
RS2Lite [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
once you have these downloaded you can create a bat file to run the jar using jrockit
note! do not use the path for your JDK of jrockit, it will not allow you to use software, openCL, and directx, needs to be the path to the JRE
How can i increase my Runescape FPS?
I have a Toshiba Satellite C655D-S5300 laptop that i got for Christmas this year and i want to try to play Runescape. I've tried playing with all other applications closed, and even Runescape's client and still on minimum setup my FPS is AT MOST 10-12. And it's not my internet connection because it plays fine on other computers in the house. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated!
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