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High FPS but with severe stuttering lag

When I looked at TaskManager, I changed the view on the CPU from “Overall Utilization” to “Logical Processors” and was able to view all 12 individual cores. I noticed that the first one was at 100% and the rest were below 20%.

In TaskManager, I went to the “Details” tab and found Wow.exe and changed the “affinity” to not use core #0 but to use all the others. Basically I removed the tick in the box for core #0. I also changed the priority on the process to “high”. This immediately improved my game performance and it’s smooth as it should be.

Clearly it WAS bottlenecking, because the game client was not using the multiple cores fully, and dumping it’s load on only one single core.

On a side note, all addons, drivers and system are up-to-date. The game is “repaired” and also tried removing all addons, deleting cache, WTF folders etc. Nothing worked until I changed the affinity settings.

I hope this helps other people.

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[SOLVED] World of Warcraft Low FPS – 2021 Tips

If you used to play WoW at max settings at high and steady FPS but now experience unbearable low FPS for no reason, you’re not alone. To help players who are troubled by the same WoW low FPS issue, we’ve put together all the real-working fixes here.

Before getting started:

Before you move on to anything more complicated, you could do some basic troubleshooting to see if they solve the problem.

  • Check if your computer is overheating. If so, try cleaning the dust and disable overclocking to fix it.
  • Close unnecessary applications running in the background. Simply press the CtrlShift and Esc keys at the same time to open the Task Manager. Then right-click the resource-hogging programs you don’t necessarily use and select End Task.
  • Make sure your operating system is up-to-date.

Still no luck after taking these steps? Then check out more advanced methods to boost your WoW FPS, easily and quickly!

Try these fixes:

You don’t need to try them all. Just work your way down the list until you find the one that does the trick.

  1. Change the graphics settings
  2. Update your device drivers
  3. Switch to DirectX 11
  4. Turn off VSync
  5. Disable addons

Fix 1 – Change the graphics settings

If you’re playing on a laptop or multi-GPU system while the dedicated GPU is not properly utilized, you may encounter the WoW low FPS problem. And you’re supposed to tweak the graphics settings correctly.

  1. Type graphics settings in the Windows search box and click Graphics settings.
  2. Choose Desktop app from the drop-down list and click Browse. Then navigate to the game’s directory and add the WoW.exe file.
  3. Click Options.
  4. Select High performance and click Save.
  5. Launch WoW and enter the System Menu.
  6. Select the Advanced tab. Next to Graphics Card, select your dedicated GPU, and click Apply.

See if the FPS in WoW improves. If not, keep reading the solutions below.

Fix 2 – Update your device drivers

Your device drivers, especially the graphics driver, matter a lot to the gaming performance. To fix lag or stutter and also dramatically increase FPS in WoW, you should check for the driver updates on a regular basis.

You can do this manually by visiting the manufacturers’ websites and downloading the latest drivers corresponding with your operating system. But if you don’t have the time, patience or computer skills to update your device drivers manually, you could do it automatically with Driver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing.

You can update your drivers automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks:

  1. Download and install Driver Easy.
  2. Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.
  3. Click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires the Pro version – you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All). Or you can click Update to do it for free, but it’s partly manual.

The Pro version of Driver Easy comes with full technical support.
If you need assistance, please contact Driver Easy’s support team at [email protected]

See if updating the drivers makes a difference to your gameplay. If the FPS drops still persist, continue to the next fix below.

Fix 3 – Switch to DirectX 11

According to other gamers, World of Warcraft runs much better in DirectX 11 and there are fewer sudden FPS drops. Give it a shot to see if this mode works for you.

  1. Launch World of Warcraft and go to the System Menu.
  2. Navigate to the Advanced tab and select DirectX 11 next to Graphics API.

After the changes are applied, restart the game to test. If WoW is still running slow or choppy, have a look at Fix 4.

Fix 4 – Turn off VSync

Vertical Sync (VSync) has been a known cause of various game performance issues. And it can also lead to WoW low FPS. Turn it off completely and see how things go.

  1. Run World of Warcraft and go to the System Menu.
  2. On the Graphics tab, set Vertical Sync to Disabled.

Check if your WoW performance boosts. If not, there is one more method you can try.

Fix 5 – Disable addons

The corrupted or out-of-date addons can trigger massive FPS drops in World of Warcraft. To fix the game, you need to turn the addons off to identify which one is causing the problem. Here is how:

  1. Run World of Warcraft and press the Esc key to access the Game Menu.
  2. Click AddOns.
  3. Click Disable All to turn off all the addons.

Relaunch the game to see if you get more FPS. If Yes, you could turn the addons on one at a time until you find the culprit.


So these are all the fixes for WoW low FPS. Hopefully one of them helped. If you have further questions regarding the WoW gameplay or any suggestions, feel free to leave a comment below.

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Thread: FPS Stutter/Incremental Lag in WoW

For a while now, well over a year I'd say, when playing WoW my FPS will "stutter" every few seconds. It's hard to say FPS because it hardly lasts a full second, but when it starts it does not stop at all. Again it's brief, though when it happens it's like the FPS drops so low that it's nearly frozen but it's not. There are brief spouts where it won't happen and then times it's so bad I can hardly play. It's very annoying and I've tried and looked around for solutions and haven't come up with anything yet. I do play on an ASUS desktop that runs Windows 10. I also have a Radeon RX 480 and I keep it up to date. It's bizzare to me because overall my FPS is pretty fine in WoW. Usually upwards of 40 FPS or so. It doesn't matter if it's inside a cave or in a super dense and detailed open area crowded with people, I constantly have this problem.

Things I've Tried:
•Turning down ALL my graphics in WoW
•Switching from DirectX 12 to 11 (legacy included)
•Changing multisampling quality
•Disabling Windows gamebar
•Disabling all my addons
•Defragmenting both my hard drive and WoW
•Updating my graphics drivers as well as downgrading them
•Updating Windows
•Uninstalling Radeon Adrenaline

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9.1 FPS drops, stutters, choppy

There seem to be problems across the board with anything relating to UI/macro elements, judging from everything people have been posting in this forum since the patch.

I’ve even seen some weird things happen, like the end-of-battleground scoreboard delaying to display (stuttering before loading, after the sound files that accompany the graphic play), and my bars showing my abilities having been used, but nothing registered in-game when I used the ability.

Here’s a fun example: I have a macro for when I use Aspect of the Turtle that makes me say, “A turtle made it to the water!” and plays the sound file of that old turtle lady saying that voice line. In a bg yesterday, I was violently spamming my macro to avoid dying, and the actual ability never went off, but it still registered me saying “A turtle made it to the water!” over and over again as I spammed the macro.

Understand that Aspect of the Turtle is off the global cooldown. The ability goes off the second you hit your macro, regardless of whether you’re currently on the global cooldown from using a previous ability. So, the game was registering that I was in fact spamming my macro, due to the fact that the “/say” portion of it was going off in-game, but it never actually registered the “/cast Aspect of the Turtle” part of the macro.

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Lag wow stutter

Slow and choppy gameplay can have a variety of causes. Check your latency before continuing with the troubleshooting steps below. If your latency is high, check our connection troubleshooting article.

Note: Before you troubleshoot this issue, check the World of Warcraft System Requirements to make sure your computer's hardware meets the minimum requirements.

  1. If the Battle.net App is still downloading game data, allow it to finish the installation and try again.

  2. Reset your user interface to make sure your files and addons are not corrupted.

  3. Update your drivers and operating system to resolve any compatibility issues.

  4. Close all other applications to resolve software conflicts and free up resources.

Advanced Troubleshooting

  1. If your game is using DirectX 12, try switching to DirectX 11. If you are using DirectX 11, try switching to DirectX 11 Legacy. World of Warcraft Menu > System > Advanced > Graphics API. If your performance does not improve or worsens, please switch back to the previous version of DirectX.
  2. Check your power management settings and make sure they're set to High Performance.

  3. Overheating can cause performance issues, game crashes, and full computer lockups. Check for overheating components.

  1. If the Battle.net App is still downloading game data, allow it to finish the installation and try again.

  2. Reset your user interface to make sure your files and addons are not corrupted.

  3. Run Software Update to check for pending updates to software, drivers, and firmware.

  4. Close all other applications to resolve software conflicts and free up resources.

  5. Overheating can cause performance issues, game crashes, and full computer lockups. Check for overheating components.


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