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User Info: King_Gheedorah

King_Gheedorah
3 years ago#1
Well? - Results (105 votes)
Steady framerate at 60fps or above
58.1% (61 votes)
61
Maximum resolution
35.24% (37 votes)
37
V-Sync enabled
2.86% (3 votes)
3
Maxed out AA
3.81% (4 votes)
4
This poll is now closed.
Say you could only max out or enable one of the above, but at the sacrifice of all of the 3 options you do not choose.

The result for each of the options you do not choose will be:

30fps or below. Not locked.
V-Sync disabled, allowing screen tearing
Anti Aliasing turned off completely
Sub HD resolution (below 720p)


I choose going with the steady 60+ fps above all else.

User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
3 years ago#2
The consequences of not choosing a "steady" 60FPS seems kinda harsh compared to the others. Below 30FPS? I mean come on.
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
"We have to keep it on page 3 or it freaks out."

User Info: WyzeGye

WyzeGye
3 years ago#3
why is vsync an option?
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User Info: King_Gheedorah

King_Gheedorah
3 years ago#4
PathlessBullet posted...
The consequences of not choosing a "steady" 60FPS seems kinda harsh compared to the others. Below 30FPS? I mean come on.


Below 30fps is totally doable though. We may just not like it these days. But we've done it in the past.

User Info: King_Gheedorah

King_Gheedorah
3 years ago#5
WyzeGye posted...
why is vsync an option?


Why not? screen tearing sucks! such an eyesore when you flip the switch to off.

User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
3 years ago#6
King_Gheedorah posted...
PathlessBullet posted...
The consequences of not choosing a "steady" 60FPS seems kinda harsh compared to the others. Below 30FPS? I mean come on.


Below 30fps is totally doable though. We may just not like it these days. But we've done it in the past.



1-2 frames below sure, but <25 is borderlining on unplayable.
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
"We have to keep it on page 3 or it freaks out."

User Info: King_Gheedorah

King_Gheedorah
3 years ago#7
PathlessBullet posted...
King_Gheedorah posted...
PathlessBullet posted...
The consequences of not choosing a "steady" 60FPS seems kinda harsh compared to the others. Below 30FPS? I mean come on.


Below 30fps is totally doable though. We may just not like it these days. But we've done it in the past.



1-2 frames below sure, but <25 is borderlining on unplayable.


Ever play Ocarina of Time on the N64? Tell me that was unplayable. It was below 20fps iirc.

User Info: Ningishzida

Ningishzida
3 years ago#8
King_Gheedorah posted...
Ever play Ocarina of Time on the N64? Tell me that was unplayable. It was below 20fps iirc.


hasn't aged well

and even back then, fire temple had slowdown verging on the ridonculous

User Info: greenyoshi46

greenyoshi46
3 years ago#9
As long as its over 30fps im cool
(English is not my first language, Swedish is. So respect typos)

User Info: samurai1900

samurai1900
3 years ago#10
I'll split the FPS into two different options for the sake of this post.

Stable FPS at/above 30 > highest resolution > stable 60 FPS > V-Sync >>> Maximum AA
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