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TRiLeZ

Reducing CPU and Memory Usage

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@TRiLeZ Hey man i have followed all the guides on here and my client on this computer keeps lagging even without having a script runing, just the bot client playing legit is lagging. My other computer is fine i can run tribout without any problem its just this computer. I tested with other bot client just to see if it works and it it works with other client.. so its just tribot client thats fked up for me no clue whats wrong and how i can fix it :(

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Running 4 bots on a quad core 3.2Ghz processor. 99.9% cpu usage. Only have tribot open and minimalized with 75 fps delay.

Something smells like this should not be happening..

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Putting the client paint delay at 40 makes my tribot lag alot instead of having it at 10. As soon as I put it on 40 the flames on the login screen dont flow smooth anymore and once I put it back at 10 it's smooth again.

Edited by loekie

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1 hour ago, MySmallBox said:

i set my client to 256mb ram and when i check task manager its like at 300-400...........

its like setting ur client heap size to 1 and expecting the client to use 1.

i´d prefer using more than needed , it can cause a crash otherwise.

Happy botting

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