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You can play a game at 30 but it feels a lot smoother at 40-50. Any higher and I usually can't tell the difference.
post #22 of 28
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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.
That's one of the reasons I suggested a bit higher FSP, like lower 30's. I should have explained
    
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27fps before i start noticing major jerks
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i guess i should explain why i am asking a little bit....i ran a bunch of crysis benchmarks, and i was seeing which setting i should use from a performance/quality POV
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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
24fps movies look pretty choppy to me, especially during action scenes.

In general, I prefer my minimum fps in games to be at least 30, but I can tolerate less if I'm forced to.
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post #26 of 28
24 fps is industry standard for movies, but in games that would be an average not a constant, if you could get 24 fps and never drop below that in games it would be fine but you cant get a constant in games, so yea
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post #27 of 28
25 is playable in Crysis because of the good implementation of motion blur.

25 doesn't seem anywhere as bad as other games.
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post #28 of 28
Depends on who you are..... but I consider 30FPS *lowest* playable. 'Average' FPS is a joke. It doesn't matter if you're averaging 40-50 or even 60FPS; if you're dipping below 30FPS, you're gonna see stutters that just shouldn't be there. That's just unbearable for me. I would turn the detail down until I can play without ever dipping below 30FPS.... luckily, I don't have to yet (and NO, I don't own Crysis, lol ). Ideally, I like a sustained 60FPS+ (my monitor's refresh rate). That's just my opinion on the matter.
    
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