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    I played them at 1920x1200. Max everything including AA.

    Crysis avg fps: ~25

    Metro 2033: ~45


    Metro 2033 has higher res textures and it's dx11 but Crysis is open world so it stresses my system more.

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    Now..... what about RIFT?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Destroyer View Post
    Now..... what about RIFT?...
    Rift is an MMO, not an FPS. It doesn't need high framerates unless you are one of those super-twitchy defective freaks who will get headaches at anything less than 45fps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corwynn_Maelstrom View Post
    Rift is an MMO, not an FPS. It doesn't need high framerates unless you are one of those super-twitchy defective freaks who will get headaches at anything less than 45fps.
    With mmos that happens to me. xD

    with my 8800 GTX couldn't raid in WoW at 60 fps so I turned down the settings....

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    Quote Originally Posted by The-Destroyer View Post
    With mmos that happens to me. xD

    with my 8800 GTX couldn't raid in WoW at 60 fps so I turned down the settings....
    I'm sorry you're broken.

    I've never seen a release MMO run flat out on any machine built at the time of release. There's always settings which need to be dropped. Best case scenario you'll run it without IQ at decent frames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corwynn_Maelstrom View Post
    I'm sorry you're broken.

    I've never seen a release MMO run flat out on any machine built at the time of release. There's always settings which need to be dropped. Best case scenario you'll run it without IQ at decent frames.
    I hope so because in WoW for some reason when I was in the Grizzly Hills in a high place it would bring my last PC down to the ground.

    about 20 fps

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