It lowered some of my settings but now I get 60-80+ fps without much degradation on the graphics. I've heard this argument many times, and it is very flawed. Under 30 fps can be playlable. That should be enough to avoid standing in hurt, I think. Occasionally on big maps with lots of explosions, I would dip to around 48-50 and feel it. In the past I would adjust the quality to make it happen.
I wanna get 60 fps without lowering my settings too much. A deticated graphics card is something that sucks a lot of power. We are an endangered species : the pc gamer with a highend rig. And as for crysis, ive found that to be the most pleasently played game at ~30fps than any other shooter ive played, but still significanlty better at 60+fps. I'm not sure which is prefer. As has already been stated, gaming laptops are not designed to be running at 60fps on the battery, Nvidia has an option at run at 30fps on battery for a reason. That is until a framerate drop during a boss fight crashed you back to reality.
In single player I can get away with a minimum of 35 fps in some spots without it ruining my enjoyment of the game. The reason this happens is that there's a battery saving option in the geforce experience that limits fps if not plugged it. Dotabuff Plus This feature is only available to Dotabuff Plus members. I'm not buying a gaming laptop to get net book gaming experience on the fly. It would just suck if some how the picture just didn't look right. It is not just an option in GeForce Experience.
When it comes to graphics settings, it really is all dependent on the the player and the game. I wanna get 60 fps without lowering my settings too much. If you're getting a sustained 30fps with no dips and no variances i. I prefer an average framerate of at least 70fps. With a mouse, your aiming speed remains the roughly the same regardless of the frame rate. Thus, I like the decision that they are going to lock it at 30 fps A lock at 30 would be perfect, it would flow just right.
Seriously, yes 30 fps is playable. In a practical sense though I don't see it coming out to any significant difference, especially with the high global cooldown. Im asking these cause in crysis 3 i got 20-25 fps all the time and sometimes its goes up to 27-28 but i consider it playable. Am i missing out on some settings that need to be changed? I can notice the difference between 60hz and 75hz on my monitor. In actually, however, the game just needs to run at a consistent rate, rather than having dips into 15fps at times and 60 at other times.
First person shooter games are my favorite to play I'm not super competitive or anything but I love walking through a game like far cry and blowing stuff up lol. Why don't more games do that? The myth regarding the human eye--and the framerates it can distinguish--is incredibly pervasive, but it isn't based on truth. Because a Viper is sexy and head turning, a computer is a computer no matter how fast or how much it costs. Some frames are rendered at 20 ms, some at 40 ms, or even 100 ms. Its really only at those extreme ends of turn speeds where things like frame rate matter much. I'm sure below 20, most will start getting annoyed though. Can anyone give me a real explanation and does anyone agree? But say if you were to play at 60fps suddenly, there might not seem to be too big a difference.
And when Doom was stuck in a single-player, one-dimensional map and viewpoint at 320x480 we were playing Marathon with full 3-D range of play, player messaging, and voice over the network at 800x600. Disclaimers: Correct me if i'm wrong in any way. Therefore I always enjoy playing with 40+ fps because there needs to be room for handling more intense calculations. So i have set it on Optimal Power. Wasdie There are instances where a bad framerate can really ruin the experiance. So I'm deciding on a monitor to get and right now I am stuck between the Rog swift that has gysnc 114hz and 2560x1440 or the new 4k Acer with gysnc.
You will get 60fps for 5-15 minutes then it will drop below 10fps and i don't recommend doing this as said above that it can damage your battery. I don't think I'm crazy because I can definitely tell the difference between 30, 60, 120, and 144 fps. This is not an issue, the battery does not have enough power to run the system at full throttle. Specter was a really cool pseudo-3d vector-based tank game that could even map quicktime movies onto flat surfaces. On the other hand, a racing game running at a lower frame rate can impact the sense of speed, which is an important element of any racer.
Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk I played through Tomb Raider with 20 fps with dips to 16 lol. I have enable battery boost and set it to 60fps in Geforce Experience. I can see and feel a difference in the animations, camera movement, and responsiveness of the character. Don't quote me morrowindnic I hate it when people say this. If it were a fun, interesting game then you wouldn't pay so much attention to the fps. What should I change and is it worth it to buy another gpu to crossfire or should i save money for a better gpu I played my first 200ish hours on a outdated pc with 25-55fps with all setting on low! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk For me personally I have found over the years it isn't as much about framerate, as much as it is the framerate jumping all over the place all the time.