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what is considered playable FPS like an avergage 30 in crysis? that playable
tahts personal preference IMO, i get 30 - 40 in crysis and i just am not satisfied with it to much.
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I usually aim for at least 30+FPS in shooters, since you dont want 3 grenades to go off in front of you and have your FPS drop to below 20.
For slower paced games like NWN2 or other RPGs im usually fine in the low 20's.
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If you're playing max settings and everything looks great, then 20-30 is playable. If you're on minimum settings, 800x600 then you need like 60 for it to look alright.

But if you have $170 to spare, buy an 8800gt and never worry about settings, EVER. Unless you want Crysis.
    
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for strategy type games, lol you could play at like 5-10 probably, for shooters ill say 30-40, below 40 isnt too good
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20 FPS is okay for a turn based strategy or something not real time, but I will not even play a real-time game that lags down to 20. It's annoying when a game lags down to 50fps even for me, I try to keep it as close to 60 as possible.
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Like with movies, 24FPS gives a nice, smooth enough motion picture. Thus, to get 24FPS at all time, your average should probably be in the 30's
    
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30 is playable and 60 is substantial.
    
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That's one of the reasons why I love my CRT. With older games, I can crank up the resolution beyond reason, and with new games I just settle for 1280 x 1024 and enjoy a decent FPS.
    
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post #19 of 28
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Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
Like with movies, 24FPS gives a nice, smooth enough motion picture. Thus, to get 24FPS at all time, your average should probably be in the 30's
The difference there though is that each frame in a movie is slightly blurred, so it looks smoother at a lower framerate. Games don't have this (well, motion blur could be argued, I suppose), so they need to be slightly higher.


However, that said, high 20s is generally alright for me. I notice when it goes lower than that though.
post #20 of 28
30-35 is like playing on a counsel. 60+ is very playable. Anything below 25 is not very playable... Anything that resembles the CPU test in 3dmark06=OMG SO STRESSFUL I CAN NOT CREAT SUCH GRAPHICS.. < Thats what your video card says if you listen closely
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