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  1. Hello all, this post is mainly addressed to the wurm devs (probably client devs) - but anyone that has a GOOD clue how to fix this is welcome to join the conversation I am running Wurm (a 2006 game) on this machine: Intel Core i7-3770k OCed to 4.0 GHz 16 GB DDR3 1866 MHz nVidia GTX 1070 OCed to 2101 MHz w/ 8 GB GDDR5 2x Samsung 850 PRO 256GB on Windows 7 x64 Professional with absolutely everything up to date (as I reinstalled everyting - all win updates, all drivers up to the latest versions, lastest Java x64, no 32bit Java, latest nvidia drivers etc) Absolutely everything maxed out in wurm settings, on 1080p I get with the default shortcut (deployment\cache): 15-18 fps with the modified shortcut ("C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_131\bin\javaws.exe" -Xmx2048m -XX:+UseConcMarkSweepGC http://www.wurmonline.com/client/wurmclient.jnlp): 24-26 fps To put everything into perspective, this is a screenshot of my system resources while playing wurm at absolutely max settings (25 fps) As you can notice, nothing is anywhere close to a bottleneck of any sorts. Most of the system is basically in idle, so why is wurm not running at...say at least 60 fps? Can you hear the frustration from my text? Please let me know about solutions to this - sensible solutions, not 'turn your details lower, duh' Thank you