Frame Rate Cap -- Benchmark, Stable, High, etc.

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User Info: Blaeu

Blaeu
5 years ago#1
What do they mean?

It was on Stable be default and I hover around 30 FPS. However, I see people running High and Benchmark but I don't know what they do. I haven't seen anyone set a specific rate though.
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Blaeu
5 years ago#2
bump
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User Info: g-cube_masta

g-cube_masta
5 years ago#3
Benchmark is apparently the best setting. Just changing that setting alone shot me up in FPS.
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Last_matter
5 years ago#4
I'm not sure about lol, but usualy benchmark means theres is no limit to the fps, its not really a good thing since ur monitor most likely can only handle 60. so as it say, it is to benchmark what your computer can do and shouldnt be used in actual gameplay.

High is most likely if you have a monitor with higher refresh time.

Stable is for your usual 60 fps cap
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User Info: MusashiExtra

MusashiExtra
5 years ago#5
Benchmark is to see how high you can go. There's no point, though, so you should just cap it at 60.
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