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User Info: reincarnator07

reincarnator07
3 years ago#31
High FPS with very few exceptions.
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User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
3 years ago#32
OllyKiriyama posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Depends on the game.
Slower paced game? 30+ is fine sometimes, other times I'll aim for 40-60, depending on my mood.
Med paced games? 70-90 is a good target. I'll usually lower settings to hit that.
Fast paced games? 100+. Will lower settings to get. Anything less, and I start avoiding parts of said game.(ie, certain maps in UT3 or CSGO for example)


Surely you don't really notice anything above 60?


60hz peasant confirmed.
Get a real monitor and then make such a stupid statement.
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User Info: kingoffps

kingoffps
3 years ago#33
DarkZV2Beta posted...
OllyKiriyama posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Depends on the game.
Slower paced game? 30+ is fine sometimes, other times I'll aim for 40-60, depending on my mood.
Med paced games? 70-90 is a good target. I'll usually lower settings to hit that.
Fast paced games? 100+. Will lower settings to get. Anything less, and I start avoiding parts of said game.(ie, certain maps in UT3 or CSGO for example)


Surely you don't really notice anything above 60?


60hz peasant confirmed.
Get a real monitor and then make such a stupid statement.


I've never seen a 100hz display before. I want one now after being called a peasant...

I imagine it's incredible.
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User Info: Kokuei05

Kokuei05
3 years ago#34
From: DarkZV2Beta | Posted: 10/14/2013 7:59:53 AM | #032
OllyKiriyama posted...
DarkZV2Beta posted...
Depends on the game.
Slower paced game? 30+ is fine sometimes, other times I'll aim for 40-60, depending on my mood.
Med paced games? 70-90 is a good target. I'll usually lower settings to hit that.
Fast paced games? 100+. Will lower settings to get. Anything less, and I start avoiding parts of said game.(ie, certain maps in UT3 or CSGO for example)


Surely you don't really notice anything above 60?


60hz peasant confirmed.
Get a real monitor and then make such a stupid statement.


People have been saying this for a decade with Counter-Strike/Quake and high CRT refresh rates. Everyone loved to dismiss them; now a decade later we have people outside the community saying it.
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User Info: MaxCHEATER64

MaxCHEATER64
3 years ago#35
Boge posted...
high settings and high FPS
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User Info: bsballa09

bsballa09
3 years ago#36
Medium settings with medium FPS.
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