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How to fix StarCraft II overheating problems

Posted on Friday, July 30 2010 @ 20:52:12 CEST by


Expreview reports some users are experiencing overheating problems when playing StarCraft II, but there's a quick and dirty fix to resolve the issue:
Blizzard has recently admitted that its StarCraft II title has overheating bug, and we’ve also come across this problem when using the GeForce GTX 250.

The fix is easy – you just need to add the following lines to your “DocumentsStarCraft IIvariables.txt” file:

frameratecapglue=30
frameratecap=60
The frameratecapglue limits the framerate at menu screens to 30fps, while frameratecap limits the framerate on all other screens to 60fps.



 



 

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