1080p and 60 FPS are NOT standard, right?

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User Info: Jedi454

3 years ago#11
It's only the minority of people complaining about this problem, so it won't go away now. Games won't be optimised to this standard for at least 3-4 years, probably even then some games will still run at 720p or 30fps.
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User Info: RawringAir

3 years ago#12
1080p vs 720p summed up in this video all you have to do is change the word "taste" to "notice"

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User Info: BushidoEffect3

3 years ago#13
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User Info: xFrostxPhoenix

3 years ago#14
1080/60 is not the standard as of yet. Most games that are 1080/60 are either multiplat or were in development for last gen and switched over to this gen. As you can see, the newer games such as I:SS have amazing graphics, but are only 30 FPS. Graphical Fidelity or FPS is the question right now.
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User Info: Emerald_Melios

3 years ago#15
Ragnarokxv posted...
There is however a standard for resolution. It has already been determined long ago that the standard for HD is 1080p or 1920x1080. In terms of HDTVs and signal output from media devices any resolution less than 1080p is "sub-HD".

Wrong. 720p is standard HD. 1080p is simply "Full HD."
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