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Who prefer DirectX9 Graphics w/ 60 FPS rather than DirectX11 w/ sloppy 30 FPS??

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3 years ago#51
From: scoobydoobydont | #041
ITT, PC gamers act like idiots. As usual.

Lol.

Im a pure console gamer, but at least Im not literally trying to say 30 FPS is better than 60 FPS. That is just asinine.

Now, 30 FPS is ok. Im fine with it. Many of my favorite games are 30 FPS. But 60 is miles better and actually affects the gameplay in a 100% positive fashion.
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3 years ago#52
I think a lot of the responses are due to the fact that this is one of the new flavor of the month topics for trolls.
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3 years ago#53
scoobydoobydont posted...
ITT, PC gamers act like idiots. As usual.



How so?
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3 years ago#54
RayzerTag posted...
I prefer 720p at 30fps, with the budget and processing power normally reserved for graphics put into something that has an effect on the game.


You do realise that it's those high budget graphics that necessitate dropping to 30fps, right? If the graphics were simpler they would run at 60fps on consoles with no problem.
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3 years ago#55
From: triple s | #053
scoobydoobydont posted...
ITT, PC gamers act like idiots. As usual.



How so?


Like this:


A-doiiii
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