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25 frames per second or more is perfectly playable.
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Originally Posted by Phoenixlight View Post
25 frames per second or more is perfectly playable.
Your opinion is valid, i used to play on 30fps on my old rig. 60FPS is a world of awesome for me now.
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Originally Posted by Machiyariko View Post
60 FPS is the universal goal of most games. Your eyes typically cannot see more than 30fps or so. The reason you want more than 30 is so that when the frames fluctuate it will not go below 30 and become an annoyance.
nope.
if you play on a competitive level of fps gaming, you'll notice a HUGE difference between 30 and 60, and if you play on a 120hz monitor, you'll notice a huge difference between 120 and 60 fps
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when i just stand there in black ops it ticks around 91-93fps
    
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thanks ill check it out now. whatsa good fps for it to be sitting around??
i haven't ever seen lower then the cap of 91... so thats good for me

but anything over 60 your eyes can't see, but 24-30 is what movies are filmed at so that is a good range for your games as well
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i haven't ever seen lower then the cap of 91... so thats good for me

but anything over 60 your eyes can't see, but 24-30 is what movies are filmed at so that is a good range for your games as well
Ye but it feels terribly slow and unresponsive you need 60+FPS min to feel smooth mount movement on the screen.
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nope.
if you play on a competitive level of fps gaming, you'll notice a HUGE difference between 30 and 60, and if you play on a 120hz monitor, you'll notice a huge difference between 120 and 60 fps
How? I assume this has more to do with the feel of the game than actually seeing things.

In terms of visuals a constant (never dropping) 24fps is sufficient - looks perfectly smooth, that's what cinemas use. .
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How? I assume this has more to do with the feel of the game than actually seeing things.

In terms of visuals a constant (never dropping) 24fps is sufficient - looks perfectly smooth, that's what cinemas use. .
24FPS isn't smooth.

24FPS is what you see when you watch a movie. And to me, that movie looks like it lags way too much.

And when YOU are in control of what happens, 24FPS is infinitely worse than in movies. You instantly notice the issues. And games don't have the motion blur that movies have, so 24FPS looks worse because of that as well.


I find even 60FPS to be laggy. But I tolerate it, because I don't want to get a 120hz screen.
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24FPS isn't smooth.

24FPS is what you see when you watch a movie. And to me, that movie looks like it lags way too much.

And when YOU are in control of what happens, 24FPS is infinitely worse than in movies. You instantly notice the issues. And games don't have the motion blur that movies have, so 24FPS looks worse because of that as well.


I find even 60FPS to be laggy. But I tolerate it, because I don't want to get a 120hz screen.
You find 60fps to be laggy? wow, sucks to be you.
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