ps3/pc 30fps/60fps comparison vid

#11M DAMAGEPosted 1/24/2013 9:05:24 PM(edited)
Quite simply, people who say they do not see a difference between 30 and 60 FPS do not know what to look for or what they are looking at. Hell, some people say they cant tell much of a difference between standard and high definition TVs. In reality, these same people simply do not CURRENTLY have an eye for detail and do not understand what to look for.

Also, these videos are pure **** for illustrating the very real and very large difference between 30 and 60 fps which affects how responsive the controls are and visuals as well.

Do you honestly think that devs who make action games, (think Ninja Gaiden Black or Bayonetta) fighting games, (Super Street Fighter 4) or racing games (mario kart 7, which yes does run at 60 fps) devote valuable money and dev time toward maintaining 60 fps for no reason?

Think about it. When a dev makes a game in one of the aforementioned genres, 99.9 percent of them make one that runs at 60 fps, often times going to great lengths in order to do so.

People who cannot "see" the difference need to accept that game devs and other more tech savvy individuals know something they do not.

If I, in person sat someone down who claims they cant see a difference, I could very shortly have them spotting it with the aid of some video experiments.
#12Herbert0Posted 1/24/2013 9:06:37 PM
That video was terrible quality.
#13crybaby15Posted 1/24/2013 9:06:52 PM
lol @ accepting 60 fps as the standard...

120 fps or GO HOME.

I'ma be playing this game at 120fps tommorrow. i'll let you guys know how it goes. DMC3 and 4 looked amazing at 120fps . 60 fps is ass.
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#14M DAMAGEPosted 1/24/2013 9:13:47 PM
Cry baby,

Ummmm why would you want to play any game at 120 fps when doing so will cause screen tearing up the ass due to most monitor refresh rates being 75 at the most?

60 fps is optimal even for PCs which could handle 100 or 200 fps because most refresh rates are also 60. Framerates significantly above refresh rate will cause screen tearing.
#15LoshadtPosted 1/24/2013 9:29:53 PM
From: M DAMAGE | Posted: 1/25/2013 1:13:47 AM | #014
Cry baby,

Ummmm why would you want to play any game at 120 fps when doing so will cause screen tearing up the ass due to most monitor refresh rates being 75 at the most?

60 fps is optimal even for PCs which could handle 100 or 200 fps because most refresh rates are also 60. Framerates significantly above refresh rate will cause screen tearing.


120 Hz monitors are pretty common. 120FPS is unnecessary for most games outside of hyper-competetive FPS like Quake. On top of that, it's hard to maintain 120FPS on most newer games on reasonable hardware without large amounts of sacrifice in graphical quality.
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#16sjwho2Posted 1/24/2013 9:34:54 PM
Kind of obvious how much the fps difference makes.
#17crybaby15Posted 1/24/2013 9:45:21 PM
M DAMAGE posted...
Cry baby,

Ummmm why would you want to play any game at 120 fps when doing so will cause screen tearing up the ass due to most monitor refresh rates being 75 at the most?

60 fps is optimal even for PCs which could handle 100 or 200 fps because most refresh rates are also 60. Framerates significantly above refresh rate will cause screen tearing.


"lol why would u want 60 fps it would cause screen tearing on 30 fps monitors"
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#18OhhSnapPosted 1/24/2013 9:48:02 PM
Ohh my lord, these FPS talks. I'm glad I don't notice it. Saves me the trouble of being dissatisfied and angry.
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#19darkslayer001Posted 1/24/2013 9:55:15 PM
wow the PC version is very smooth....
too bad the moves look slower than PS3
#20Pesmerga255Posted 1/24/2013 10:01:19 PM(edited)
crybaby15 posted...
M DAMAGE posted...
Cry baby,

Ummmm why would you want to play any game at 120 fps when doing so will cause screen tearing up the ass due to most monitor refresh rates being 75 at the most?

60 fps is optimal even for PCs which could handle 100 or 200 fps because most refresh rates are also 60. Framerates significantly above refresh rate will cause screen tearing.


"lol why would u want 60 fps it would cause screen tearing on 30 fps monitors"


You can still buy 30fps monitors?

Also, you wouldn't encounter tearing if the frame rate is an exact multiple of your refresh rate, you just wouldn't be able to tell the difference because your monitor is hitting the maximum amount of frames per second that it can possibly display.
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