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Errm, I don't personally see a diffrence while ingame, a few fps here and there is no big deal really.
Look at your specs With my onboard 6100, I can way notice games slower in Vista compard to Windows. Vista gives me about 400Mb's of ram and CS 1.6 Runs Slow in VISTA
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212FPS is better than 25fps...duh. Not because what your eye can see...that's besides the point lol.

You can bump the settings if you're getting 212fps, and you might have to notch them down on the 25fps rig. Then you'd end up 40FPS (2 resolutions higher, FSAA) vs 40FPS(TV-quality lol).

Stop arguing. It matters. Basically, I'd have to lower my bf2 settings to play on vista. But wait! I won't be buying it. That's right...
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post #23 of 25
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You can bump the settings if you're getting 212fps, and you might have to notch them down on the 25fps rig. Then you'd end up 40FPS (2 resolutions higher, FSAA) vs 40FPS(TV-quality lol).
It's all the way up already, and I sold the 25FPS computer.

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I have read somewhere that trained professionals can only "see" up to 40fps. I doubt that anyone here can tell a difference after the 30ish mark.
It depends on numerous variables, but generally I would say that's false. In any FPS game, I can see the difference between 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70. After that, the differences you will notice may depend on your refresh rate and you vsync setting.

If you have a low refresh rate and vsync off you will be able to keep noticing differences up until about 500 fps due to the video card flodding the monitor with frames and reducing the ammount of tearing in a horribly inefficient way.

If you enable vsync the FPS cannnot go past the refresh rate and therefore 70FPS with vsync will look just as smooth as 500FPS without.

It also depends on what kind of game you play, for example, I won't deny it's hard to tell the difference between 40 and 60 in a top-down RTS game where there is not much movement anyway.
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post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by AARDVARCUS View Post
I have read somewhere that trained professionals can only "see" up to 40fps. I doubt that anyone here can tell a difference after the 30ish mark.
Wrong!
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you only actively notice at 30 or under - but your Brain CAN tell the difference way higher.

Remember, that if you do something at 25 fps, it takes 0.04 secs to get "feedback" on what happened, while at 100 fps its 0.01 secs - this might sound small, but remember until recently hardcore CS:S could notice the "lag" from using a wireless mouse, and said it hindered them so much they couldn't use one!
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