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Hello, im have know nice Unraid Win98 SE machine with Geforce 7950GT passthrough and 1 core from Core i7 5960X 512 MB very cheap USB sound card - could be source of issue but its all paches instaled even official update 2007 CPU i its powerful enough, problem is that i have in every game which i have tested (Quake 3,Unreal Tournament 99 etc) short freeze every 20-30s, i had similar issue with Windows 98 physical machine. Question is how to debug it, its this simply Windows 98 architecture issue or how to fix? In other Virtualized OS on same HW, i have such issue even in much more demanding games like Skyrim.
Like a week ago i buy a new pc , Fx 6300 , Saphire r9 270 dual x , 4gb ddr3 1600mhz ram , 960gm vgs3 fx , etc. The problem is the temperature , i use speedfan to check the temp and it marks in the "cpu" 48º , 50º in idle , i also check it with other programs like Core temp and HWMonitor and they say 30º or 35º. When i play bf3 the ºc rises up to 70º and there is when the lag spikes appears. I have a stock cooler , is this the problem? Sorry for my english , this isn't my native language. Btw there are the images. Idle: Running Bf3:
Well, why repost this when it's available on news sites? Because I want the community here to know. This will be included in the upcoming Patch Tuesday, so you can install it then if you wish. But Microsoft has made the patch available. This is only for Windows 8.1. It should solve the mouse lag issue in Source Games and Call of Duty, and possibly even more games. Cannot hurt to install it, but to be safe, as always have a backup, at least a system restore point. Have fun, guys! Official Download Links and Details from Microsoft: 64 bit patch download: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40909 32 bit patch download: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40910 Official details via Knowledge Base Article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2908279 More details can be found here via Neowin.