i have some stuff hotkeyed and other stuff i click. so with having that big of a screen, i have the real estate to make my stuff bigger.
its been over a year since i screwed with ui as i just port in my ui from other toons, but if i remember right, my 2 main action bars are around 1.45 in the ui scaling/edit layout.
this is my computer setup. (i only run/setup the second 32 inch monitor when live streaming so i can look at livestream chat and ****, so thats why its not in the pic
in the process of remodeling the basement into a gaming / bar / pool / assault rifle maintenance area, hence all the new drywall and paint and ****
my setup seeing as we seem to be linking them :P
Last edited by Grindle; 08-04-2012 at 05:15 AM.
and yes, those are real ak74's on my wall lol
heres some pics of them :P
Last edited by turbododge; 08-04-2012 at 05:25 AM.
Why do people lie about the frame rate they get? I don't get it.
A youtube video ordinarily wouldn't prove anything about the validity of a statement that you supposedly get 90-100 FPS in conquest zergs, considering *youtube is capped at 30 FPS*, but your video actually speaks a lot toward it.
Any time you actually go into zerg combat, your framerate is CLEARLY dropping quite significantly. Meaning... you're actually getting under 30 FPS in these situations you claim you're getting 90-100 FPS in. Why?
Here's a GIF of your hotbars at around 1:16, when you respawned in base.
Here's a GIF of your hotbars at around 4:40, when you're actually in zerg pvp combat.
If you actually count the frames, which is relatively easy, the first GIF is 30 FPS. Makes sense, hell it might be 90-100 in reality but capped on youtube. But who cares, you're standing in base by hardly anybody.
You know what the second one is? That one that's actually in zerg pvp? The one that matters? 12 FPS.
You literally claimed you get 90-100 FPS in zerg pvp, and show a video with you getting TWELVE. Why? How do you not notice the difference between 12 and 90 FPS? And if you do, why the hell do you lie about it?
cuz fraps says im getting 90-100?
regardless, this thread got off topic, was just wondering why the value on the thing was so high in my cfg file
and someone mentioned to delete the file and reset it to default.
did that, same value comes back.
Last edited by turbododge; 08-04-2012 at 10:20 AM.
I believe the scoring is supposed to go from 1-10 with 6 float points (I am NOT sure on the min/max of the benchmark)
It's possible the crossfire is confusing the benchmark, or some sort of setting. However, on the benchmarks, higher is better, so I don't think you have anything to worry about.
While typing this, I discovered if you use the arrow keys to scroll through text, and hit the end of the current text, it starts scrolling the position of the frames on the page instead...
People on forums like to brag about numbers. Without some kind of mechanical explanation of what they are doing that is yielding 2x-3x the results of machines which are on the extreme high end of the parts spectrum, I mostly just don't believe it.
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Outside of large combat areas, myself and others get elevated FPS levels. One thing I do know is that it seems to be people with relatively modern quad core or better CPUs that are OC'd at or above 4ghz per core. I don't get 90-100 though. Solid 40-60 in Sanctum, sure... but not 90-100.