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User Info: GM_

GM_
4 years ago#21
I always aim for 60 so I typically run in High settings rather than extreme or very high, etc.
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User Info: iscareu13

iscareu13
4 years ago#22
Single Player: 30+
Multiplayer: 40+
Competitive Multiplayer: 60+

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GM_
4 years ago#23
Also if I take a performance hit I'll disable things like DX11 for those extra frames.
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User Info: godplaysSNES

godplaysSNES
4 years ago#24
Mostly depends on the game

I am usually satisfied with a minimum of 30 FPS in Single player, whereas I aim for 60 FPS in Multiplayer
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User Info: Snuckie7

Snuckie7
4 years ago#25
GM_ posted...
Also if I take a performance hit I'll disable things like DX11 for those extra frames.


I thought DX11 by itself sans the fancy effects actually improves performance.
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godplaysSNES
4 years ago#26
Snuckie7 posted...
GM_ posted...
Also if I take a performance hit I'll disable things like DX11 for those extra frames.


I thought DX11 by itself sans the fancy effects actually improves performance.


It does(10/10.1 too), but many games automatically turns on extra effects automatically simply by enabling DX11
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User Info: SenorLovecraft

SenorLovecraft
4 years ago#27
60 FPS stable.

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DeathScythe_527
4 years ago#28
Over 9000 fps.
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User Info: Boge

Boge
4 years ago#29
I go for 60fps. If it's not constant 60, I kind of go a little crazy. Unfortunately, my system is starting to show it's age, so I have to compromise some settings.
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User Info: Lee7

Lee7
4 years ago#30
stable 30fps at 1280x720(I dont really see diff' between 720p and my native resolution, witch is 1440x900), usualy I try to keep view distance as high as possible, and for some games I turn some settings down for 60fps
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