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User Info: UltimatesTruth

UltimatesTruth
3 years ago#1
Do you encounter framerate drops when gaming on your PC? - Results (103 votes)
Yes.
33.98% (35 votes)
35
No, my PC never run games below 60FPS.
12.62% (13 votes)
13
It depends on the type of game.
53.4% (55 votes)
55
This poll is now closed.
Please vote and discuss.

P.S: I'm planning on building a PC but is it really possible to build a PC that never run games below 60FPS? and does anyone own such a PC?

User Info: caiokenner

caiokenner
3 years ago#2
I voted in yes, but actually depends on the game.
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User Info: Altmadragon

Altmadragon
3 years ago#3
Depends, but most of the time no.

Only true times I do drop below 60fps is because the game was just released.

Like for example Rome 2.... I had dips constantly before some patching. That's the usual reason for my fps dips.
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User Info: j2_tha_mac

j2_tha_mac
3 years ago#4
No, because if I start to loose frames I just lower some settings. Although I don't play with a frame counter on I only do it if I notice the frames dropping. Also I max out most games, but things like metro and battlefield 4 are as mostly maxed with a couple options down a notch but still look incredible.

I have an i5 2500 @3.3ghz, gtx 760 and 8gb ram so my system is hardy at the very top end.

User Info: godplaysSNES

godplaysSNES
3 years ago#5
Yup. I try lowering settings until I get my desired framerate, but still using a HD 5770, even low settings start becoming too much for that (my monitor is 1080p).
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User Info: HighOnPhazon

HighOnPhazon
3 years ago#6
Yes, but I refuse to lower settings
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User Info: killkount

killkount
3 years ago#7
Yes. Anyone with a single card who say's they don't is most likely a liar.
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User Info: Judgmenl

Judgmenl
3 years ago#8
No because I play both Dota2 and CS:GO which are not demanding and pretty stable games.
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User Info: Thescyy

Thescyy
3 years ago#9
No, outside of terribly coded games that don't utilize the cpu properly.
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User Info: Froakie

Froakie
3 years ago#10
King of Fighters XIII provides hella slowdown for me >_>
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