Im talking mainly skyrim but is it better to say get a stable framerate of 30fps or lets say 30-55fps with a lot of frequent drops? --- PSN ID: Ctx_Ghost Asus Laptop | Gtx 680M | i5 @3.2GHz | 8gb Ram | 750 HD | W8
#2RyamusPosted 10/2/2013 10:56:12 AM
I'd say stable 30fps. For me, noticeable fps drops ruin the immersion
#3TerantatekPosted 10/2/2013 10:57:33 AM
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#4Ch3wyPosted 10/2/2013 10:58:10 AM
I'd say stable.
You'll get used to the games low framerate after playing it for a while. But FPS drops will always be noticed. --- Every time you point out that something is an opinion Jesus shoots a kitten in the face.
#5SinisterSlayPosted 10/2/2013 10:59:33 AM
Skyrim jumps a lot, it might be tough to get a stable framerate. --- He who stumbles around in darkness with a stick is blind. But he who... sticks out in darkness... is... fluorescent! - Brother Silence
#6NicodimusPosted 10/2/2013 11:29:49 AM
I'm the kind of person that wants steady 60fps at all times, even if that means turning down the graphics way down. Choppiness ruins immersion worse than plain graphics for me. --- Intel i5 4670k | Corsair 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB | ASUS 27" 1440p Corsair 480GB SSD | WD 4TB HDD | Fractal Design R4 | Corsair 750MX | Win7Ult 64
#7TropicMoon10Posted 10/2/2013 11:53:44 AM
Stable fps is better. --- -TropicMoon - as humid as a summer's day on triton http://i.imgur.com/N9lTE.jpg
#8PyrotechnixxxPosted 10/2/2013 11:54:41 AM
Skyrim is going to stutter slightly regardless of what you do, it's just the engine. It's not hard to get 60FPS on Skyrim though. --- Fear is a leash.