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My minimum is 27ish. Above 35 is gravy.
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Considering the human eye sees around 30FPS. I'm okay with anything above 30.
WRONG. Enough with this, its been proven that the acerage human eye can see a flash of light at about 1/250 of a second, that means it can see around 250 "fps". BTW, the eye doenst see in "fps".
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1069482
Go download the 30vs60 fps video. Ya. Its that awesome.
    
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Considering the human eye sees around 30FPS. I'm okay with anything above 30.
Oh god not this again.

I wasn't aware we were all robots who processed visual information in a digital manner ¬_¬
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50 + tons say 30 but i can tell less then 40
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Originally Posted by killabytes View Post
Considering the human eye sees around 30FPS. I'm okay with anything above 30.

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Originally Posted by hellfire72 View Post
Ask anyone and a game has to run a minimum of 30FPS and never drop below that. The human eye can't discern past 100FPS. And anything past 60fps you'd have a hard time telling the difference.
Air Force test pilots can identify a plane when it's flashed to them @ 1/220th of a second.
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I'm so sick of hearing this BS repeated over and over here.
You and me both.
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the eye def can tell the difference, its the brain that can't.

for fluid motion, anything over 20 fps (for movies) we can see.

video games fps is totally different than movie fps. usually when ppl say something idiotic like this, they heard it about movies, and it doesn't translate well to games tbh.

i would say 30 fps is acceptable, but i prefer 40 to 50 fps.

i can definately tell the difference between the same title that is made for the 360 and pc (i'm a pc gamer, my brother in law is a 360 gamer, we have a lot of the same titles, mine honestly do look better )
Even movies are technically 72FPS because of the black frames between each picture frame (That's the flickering that you see). Cinema had to do this so all of the frames would run together and blur.
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Depends on the game, I can play WoW comfortably with 30 fps, but i need at least 60 for CS:S
Any valve game really needs 60+ FPS. Definitely can notice a difference even between 80 and 60 FPS. I typically get 220, so I can even tell the difference between that and 150 FPS .
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60+ fps is good, while 100+ fps is optimal. I have a 120hz monitor, and I don't know if you can *see* 60+ fps, but definitely you can *feel* them. The feeling of a 120hz refreshing monitor and high fps (100+ fps optimally) is out of this world. So smooth. I would never go back to a 60hz monitor. Heck...my old monitor had 75hz refresh, and even then I could feel a great difference with a 60hz monitor. Now 120hz...
Edited by Yor_ - 2/20/11 at 11:59am
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post #118 of 199
100fps+ or bust
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50+
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Yor_ View Post
60+ fps is good, while 100+ fps is optimal. I have a 120hz monitor, and I don't know if you can *see* 60+ fps, but definitely you can *feel* them. The feeling of a 120hz refreshing monitor and high fps (100+ fps optimally) is out of this world. So smooth. I would never go back to a 60hz monitor. Heck...my old monitor had 75hz refresh, end even then I could feel a great difference with a 60hz monitor. Now 120hz...
couldnt have put it better myself
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