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User Info: 30aught6

30aught6
3 years ago#21
SinisterSlay posted...
I am fine to about 10fps in a strategy game
15-20fps in a single player game.

Not sure if serious...

User Info: g7g7g7g7

g7g7g7g7
3 years ago#22
30aught6 posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
I am fine to about 10fps in a strategy game
15-20fps in a single player game.

Not sure if serious...


This^

I find all games unplayable at less than 30,

Personally I adjust for FPS, 50 or 60 is really the only option, I have also found that I find AA very important too normal presets with AA in most cases is better than extreme presets without it.
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User Info: Cool_Dude667

Cool_Dude667
3 years ago#23
120 fps or bust
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User Info: MahoganyTooth92

MahoganyTooth92
3 years ago#24
Almost always FPS. Exceptions in very slow-paced games like Civ or TW.
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User Info: SinisterSlay

SinisterSlay
3 years ago#25
30aught6 posted...
SinisterSlay posted...
I am fine to about 10fps in a strategy game
15-20fps in a single player game.

Not sure if serious...


I'm serious.

I have a video of my playing earth 2160 at 10fps on xfire somewhere.
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User Info: Smakkyoface

Smakkyoface
3 years ago#26
Why not both? Adjust your hardware!!!
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User Info: anonymous46773

anonymous46773
3 years ago#27
FPS

Don't care if it looks like ass, as long as it's smooth.
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User Info: MaxCHEATER64

MaxCHEATER64
3 years ago#28
I always set all settings to max.

There's only one game I've ever played where I had to reduce settings in order to get 60 FPS, and that's Crysis 2.
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#29
For most games, I don't have to compromise.

For the ones in which I do, I go FPS every time. Nothing breaks my immersion like choppiness.
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User Info: HighOnPhazon

HighOnPhazon
3 years ago#30
If I can't have at least high settings at 45 to 60 fps I don't play the game
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