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Problem is, you can't "feel" 80 FPS or even 70 FPS since your monitor is capped at 60 FPS unless it's a 120 Hz monitor anyway. BTW, you can't "feel" 50 FPS since your eye (piece of crap, I need to get a better pair of these) is "capped" at 24 FPS in terms of fluidity and it can simply pick-up more details with more FPS. Problem is, that's useless since most games use motion blur so that it looks more fluid.

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No idea what you're on about. My SLI setup is vastly superior to a single card setup in every way....
What about BFBC2 ??

I found that Vietnam is much more SLi freindly @ 5760 x 1080 res . I get avg 140 FPS on med settings 1x AA as opposed to 60-80 FPS in vanilla . It just boils down to BC2 being a bad console port .
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When there's no on screen action the frame rate is very high and thus the game is very smooth, When the on screen action starts the frame rate drops and your eyes pick up on this and feel that the game isn't as smooth as it was a few ago when there was no on screen action.
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