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a simple question turned into a war
Not a war, just one ignorant person who doesn't understand what he's talking about.
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Well i just got a new PC from Build your Box a custom PC website i found got it with 2600K and a GTX 590 3GB and it plays eveything full HD full settings. (was expensive tho)
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I don't even know where to begin. Let's think about your statement. MAXING a game is just that, reaching 60 FPS. That's that max most monitors can display. Very few people, if any, would say hey I'm going to upgrade my GPU in order to get 30 FPS in this new game. No, if they want to MAX a game, then 60 FPS is the number. There is an EASILY perceptable difference between 30 and 60 FPS, especially in gaming. Movies are a completely different subject; there is a reason they are shot at 30 FPS rather than 60FPS.

And what does VSYNC have to do with it? I'm well aware of it's purpose.
I thought that "maxing out" a game simply referred to putting it on the highest possible settings and achieve a playable frame rate. That playable frame rate is subjective. Some people don't mind playing at 30fps.

You're applying your own standards of absolutely needing a solid 60fps in order to max a game to everyone else. Your logic is flawed, since that is your own standard.

Sure, 60fps looks a lot nicer than 30fps, but maintaining a solid 30fps is absolutely playable.
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This is getting out of hand..

Now then, let's get back onto topic... where OP's question still lies for us to answer

Let's just get him to buy a 6990 and show it all to us, end of thread
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Lets just stipulate what 60FPS is? Are you guys saying MIN of 60FPS at all times, or an AVG of 60FPS??? Because I don't think there is any single card that can run Metro 2033 at or above 60FPS at all times. Hell, even two 580's probably wouldn't...
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None.

If there is one that comes close, GTX580 3GB. But even that one fails to run Crysis, Metro and much more at 16x AA.
   
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I thought that "maxing out" a game simply referred to putting it on the highest possible settings and achieve a playable frame rate. That playable frame rate is subjective. Some people don't mind playing at 30fps.

You're applying your own standards of absolutely needing a solid 60fps in order to max a game to everyone else. Your logic is flawed, since that is your own standard.

Sure, 60fps looks a lot nicer than 30fps, but maintaining a solid 30fps is absolutely playable.
+100000000000! This is exactly what I have been saying...
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Lets just stipulate what 60FPS is? Are you guys saying MIN of 60FPS at all times, or an AVG of 60FPS??? Because I don't think there is any single card that can run Metro 2033 at or above 60FPS at all times. Hell, even two 580's probably wouldn't...
Avg. That's why in my original post I said a 580 wouldn't do it. No card will AFAIK. Rule of thumb on a 60hz monitor: if my FPS go higher than 60 crank up the settings. If they fall below back em off.

Avg 60 fps is where you should aim.
    
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I thought that "maxing out" a game simply referred to putting it on the highest possible settings and achieve a playable frame rate. That playable frame rate is subjective. Some people don't mind playing at 30fps.

You're applying your own standards of absolutely needing a solid 60fps in order to max a game to everyone else. Your logic is flawed, since that is your own standard.

Sure, 60fps looks a lot nicer than 30fps, but maintaining a solid 30fps is absolutely playable.
Well we must place a certain framerate as a target for "maxing out" a game. I can turn up every setting but if I'm running at 10 FPS avg is that maxed out? I totally agree that acceptable framerate is subjective, I didn't say it wasn't. You're completely misinterpreting my posts.

My logic is not flawed, as 60Hz - 60 FPS barrier is the very definition of "maxed out" on most monitors. Increased FPS beyond that is meaningless. Once again, I didn't state 30 FPS wasn't playable. It is logical to assume that the term "maxing out" refers to an average framerate of 60FPS. Someone else might be perfectly fine with 30FPS, but most gamers seek to meet 60FPS. That is undeniable.
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Lets just stipulate what 60FPS is? Are you guys saying MIN of 60FPS at all times, or an AVG of 60FPS??? Because I don't think there is any single card that can run Metro 2033 at or above 60FPS at all times. Hell, even two 580's probably wouldn't...
Edit:hmm.. my post is very similar to the one above me... lol

of course avg, no card can maintain 60fps in the new modern games like metro, I never claimed maxing out metro because I dont have DOF enabled and frame rate jumps too much from 40-60 fps.

I agree with the other user, frame rate is subjective, but It was always known that 60 fps is the sweet spot. I would not buy a new card for more eye candy and have to play at 30 fps.. that would be a waste of money.. That was also the reason I sold halo reach.... 30 fps is horrible for FPS type games.

Also, GTX 570-6950-6970-GTX580 for single card solutions. SLI GTX 570 and xfire 6950 or 6970s for multi gpu set ups without spending too much cash. Most games run fine with 1 card except the obvious gpu killers.
Edited by Zcypot - 5/23/11 at 11:08am
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