[QUOTE=FINLEY;24441723]I think it can be agreed though that it's hard to tell the difference between anything over 60 FPS[/QUOTE]
So you could tell the difference between a game running at 90FPS and one running at 80FPS?
[QUOTE=MrDoctor;24425285]If its over 30 FPS its smooth enough to play, 60 is the most your eye can notice anyway.[/QUOTE]
Imagine getting punched in the eye and you started lagging and everything looked crappy :rock:
He's right, 60 is at the limit according to the IMAX corporation. You could still notice smoother of course but it would be very diminishing returns after that. Would be more obvious on things without motion blur, like most games of course.
Regardless, most displays only do 60 so there's no point going over that anyway.
[QUOTE=FINLEY;24442091]So you could tell the difference between a game running at 90FPS and one running at 80FPS?[/QUOTE]
that's like asking if i can tell the difference between 60 and 50 (which I can), there's not going to be much difference
and yeah I definitely could if it were a 90Hz monitor
whoa guys i wanted few suggestion... not war...
[QUOTE=beckham9224;24453554]whoa guys i wanted few suggestion... not war...[/QUOTE]
Welcome to hardware/software.
[QUOTE=beckham9224;24424564]hmm i had enough problems with sp3 sooo w7 might be great idea. but i heard playing games on w7 crashes without a reason sometimes... sooo is it true? :)[/QUOTE]
win7 hasn't crashed once, and it' so much more sexy than xp, and better.
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