Can i make FM2006 proceed faster?

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  1. kvdk

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    Hey all,

    When proceeding in my fm2006, i allways find my self waiting many minutes, before the game returns. This is both if games are to be played, and if not. Is there any way to speed this up?

    I have 4 leagues from 4 countries, and hughes DB.
     
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    Look in here and also try and select in preferences, processing fixtures: 'Fastest(can't interrupt)'

    That should help.
     
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    I have said it cant interrupt, and i am only just started the game, first install and all.. So it shouldnt have anything to do with saved data.
     
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    Hmmz, buy more RAM?
     
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    hehe, its a totally new comuter....

    D 930 3 Ghz
    2 GB ram! :D

    I dont understand it my self! :D Maybe it is my computer that is ****ed? How long time, does it normally take when you proceed in the game, do you reckon?
     
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    Hmm, you should be able to handle 4 leagues from 4 countries with huge DB with ease with that PC. You maybe have a lot of unnecessary programs runnig though, check your taskmanager.

    I myself never have to wait very long, 1 minute at most (thats during stupid international period) mostly it's faster than 30 seconds. I run 6 leagues from 5 countries ATM, with large DB (768 mb ram, 2.4gHz)
     
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    yea, i thought so too....

    But i think i found the problem... I checked the cpu temperature, and it was 80 C. So i think this might be what slowes it down...

    Does any of you know, why my cpu goes so hot? It is standard Pentium D 930, bought it a few weeks ago, and is not overclocked, it is on a GigaByte motherboard, GA-8I945P pro. My chipset cooler is not attached, beacuase it is broken, but otherwise, it is installede proberbly.

    Can it be because of the chipset cooler, that my processor becomes so hot?
     
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    80 c my god, it was almost boiling then. :gavin:

    Anyway I don't have a clue as I'm not that much into computers. Maybe someone like Alex could help you out?
     
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    Alex?? As in ask alex?? :-)

    yea pretty hot! :D
     
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    No more like asking mixafendis anyway... :confused:
     
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    Is 80C that hot for a cpu?

    My Graphics card is at 61C at the moment with just basic windows and web browser running.
     
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    Maybe i sound stupid, but i dont know who mixafendis is! :)

    yea, 80C is very hot....

    Normally a CPU should run at 40-50 degrees celsius...

    If you you overclock it, i think it is somewhere around 60 degrees, you should start to be carefull... Its not good for a CPU to run at temperatures higher than this!
     
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    Mine's only at 31C

    but i have a very good cooling system.
     
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    hehe... Nice! overclocked?

    Mine is running on a boxed cooler, but that should be sufficient, i have added another cooling paste. And it is not overclocked.
     
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    No, it wouldn't. That helps if it slows after some seasons worth of playing, not at start-up.

    Alex isn't online often now that he's doing time in the military.
     
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    Is Greece planning a war? :confused:
     
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    No, they still have "dienstplicht" (conscription I believe).
     
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    theres a huge difference between 'National' and 'Military' service. I believe Alex is part of the former.
     
      

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