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User Info: chaosdragon919

3 years ago#1
Looks like I'm gonna be stuck with a laptop for awhile, so I'm trying to see what can and can't run well on it. What's more important for improving fps, the details and quality, or the resolution? I mean, would it be better to make it low/med settings or change the resolution from 1360 to 1280, or something like that?

Tried searching for it, but my google-fu is weak tonight.
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User Info: Mogu_Mogu

3 years ago#2
You want 16:9 aspect ratio for almost every game. That's worth giving up some fps for.

As for details? If you just want to maximize your fps drop all details and quality down to nothing. So long as it still lets you see what you need to see then it doesn't matter at all if all you want is fps.
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User Info: crawdad

3 years ago#3
Depending on your graphics card of course, things like Shadows, Shaders, object detail, AA, DX11, can make a big difference in FPS.

Even just dropping them one level lower say from Ultra to very high, can make a big difference, and so forth, high to medium.

PLay around with it till you find a Framerate that works for you.
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