FPS (Frames Per Second; aka your frame-rate) drops have nothing to do with your internet connection and everything to do with your computer system. When you have an internet problem with the game, your game will lag. The irony is that the lag is "smooth". For example: running in place, stuck doing the same motion over and over (like whistling to mount your horse), trying to fire off skills and you get the marching ants but nothing happens, etc. This kind of lag does not impact FPS. I get this kind of lag frequently when my wifi cuts out (which is why Turbine [and probably any MMO company] recommends players use an ethernet cable).
Originally Posted by Kalanaamari
The lag that impacts FPS is the kind that stems from your computer specs. When your FPS drops, everything gets hitchy/jerky. Looking at stuff with a lot of graphics going on (looking over towards the uruk armies in the Epic Battles, for example) will make it worse. Looking away (like straight at the ground or the sky) can alleviate the problem. This is caused when your computer does not have the strength or capacity to process all the information fast enough to display it.
If you want to improve your FPS, you will either have to reduce your graphics settings (if possible) or look at getting a new gaming rig (or at least upgrading your existing one).
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