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So, I have a new computer capable of running games such as Dead by Daylight and Apex Legends on their highest settings, yet GrandChase Madness is on low frames for some reason?

Is there an FPS-lock somewhere in the files that is preventing my game from running smoothly?

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It’s really because Grand Chase is a old game and not really supported by the most updated windows. We’re still working on a file to fix the FPS issue. Even us staff who have the latest windows have to suffer through this terrible lag in game. Until we figure out a working file we just suggest people try the following: 

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**FPS Solution(s)**
If you are experiencing any FPS drops while playing on Grand Chase Madness then please download one of these .DLLs and place it in your Madness Folder and hope for the best:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qXpyx7vhI0UP6jt7E3UV5dNQO_VdoyXc

Make sure to try each .DLLs in order from the first one and down and delete everything after d3d9 until it's only d3d9.dll prior to launching your game. Use the **d3dx9_42.dll** as a last resort and cross your fingers.

Please keep in mind that this is not a guaranteed fix and you might still suffer from drops. Make sure to restart your computer prior to testing out a new .DLL and remove the .DLL if you experience issues prior or after logging in.

 

once we find a working DLL we will update the links. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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If it's really bothering you, try either dualbooting with windows 7 or using a virtual machine to run windows 7.

Which one you pick is up to you. Dualbooting allows you to reach the maximum frames your specs will allow, while virtual machine is faster to start if you already have windows 10 booted up.

As a side note on dualbooting, even if you boot into windows 7 you should still be able to access the files and programs on your windows 10 partition, as the file systems are largely the same and most programs utilize shared features between the two operating systems.

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