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Post by lulu2199 on 12/12/2012, 2:17 am

Hey guys,

Just wondering, if I unistall my old java, and install the newest one, is runescape gonna run more smoothly?

It's not that I can't run runescape, just that running 7 accs could be heavy for a computer, so I want to save CPU whenever I could.

Thanks!

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Post by Drakan on 12/12/2012, 2:21 am

Well having the latest version is recommended, as not only are any security issues patched, but also, Upgrading Java, would not significantly increase your RAM (memory) usage.
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Post by lulu2199 on 12/12/2012, 2:34 am

Well, the truth is that I am trying to find a way to run 7 swkits on a quad core computer.

Do you have any advice for that?

I saw Snow having like 12 accs when active flipping.

Any idea?

Thanks
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Post by Drakan on 12/12/2012, 2:56 am

lulu2199 wrote:Well, the truth is that I am trying to find a way to run 7 swkits on a quad core computer.

Do you have any advice for that?

I saw Snow having like 12 accs when active flipping.

Any idea?

Thanks

No Problem! Very Happy

But, I think, A Quad-core might not be able to handle that, 7 Clients themselves are alot (Running Simultaneously), And sizing them on a screen could also prove to be difficult.

A max to run on a screen would be 4. And Snow has 3 monitors. (4 accs per monitor * 3 monitors = 12 accs)

And also It really isn't much a question about your CPU, but also about your GPU (Graphic Card), To Run 7, you would need an extra monitor and dual graphic cards, I believe. I suggest you try it on 4 accs, first as to see, if you're okay going ahead with this. (Amount of Lag (If any) etc.)

Another thing would be cooling, You would require Liquid Cooling within your system, to keep it going through such tasks without crashing, due to reasons such as overheating for example.

But I wish you the best of Luck! Smile


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Post by lulu2199 on 12/12/2012, 2:14 pm

Alright... the day that I have all that money I'll think about it... lol
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