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What does smooth 120fps look like?

#1Jacky11226Posted 7/15/2014 11:58:39 AM
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#2KillerTrufflePosted 7/15/2014 11:59:45 AM
Smooth as butter on a baby's butt?
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#3SpazH3dPosted 7/15/2014 11:59:51 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCKT5U7rHp8
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#4Lemur_HPosted 7/15/2014 12:02:06 PM
Like a super silky smooth 60 FPS except with most of that natural motion blur removed. The game world doesn't blur as much when you move. Really nice.
#5Jacky11226(Topic Creator)Posted 7/15/2014 12:08:34 PM
is there a way to make fighting games, or all games 120fps (smooth) ? I have an Asus Monitor that is 120fps capable, but my laptop doesn't have the DVI port(which apparently is what allows it to be able to go to fps)

Was hoping to possibly take advantage of it when i build a PC with a GTX780 or 780TI
#6Lemur_HPosted 7/15/2014 12:10:34 PM
Doubtful. Street Fighter 4 is locked to 60 FPS. If the game deviates from that number, time within the game speeds up and slows down. Most fighting games are probably locked in such a way.
#7DarkZV2BetaPosted 7/15/2014 12:15:03 PM
Jacky11226 posted...
ave an Asus Monitor that is 120fps capable, but my laptop doesn't have the DVI port(which apparently is what allows it to be able to go to fps)

Was hoping to possibly take advantage of it when i build a PC with a GTX780 or 780


Fighting games, largely, no. They're timed to a specific logic rate set at 60/sec.
Vast majority of other software, however, absolutely. Fighting games are the exception to the rule. Besides that, some of SEGAc's terrible PC ports(sonic all stars/generations) and really old console ports(Raystory/Raycrisis/Final Fantasy), almost everything is 120fps A-OK, usually good to go for even higher framerates as well.
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#8shmirlywhirlPosted 7/15/2014 12:21:36 PM
Even if games are locked at 60fps, there are always ways to unlock them and allow for higher framerate. At that point you just need to be careful because if the game has some stuff tied to the frame rate (ie most fighting games and Dark Souls jump/roll animation) you start to mess with the physics of the game. I think someone here posted something about Mass Effect 2 started acting all wonky after he unlocked the frame rate.
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#9WyzeGyePosted 7/15/2014 12:27:51 PM
Smooth as baby poo on glass
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#10BogePosted 7/15/2014 12:32:10 PM
Like warm apple pie.
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