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    Default for this game need crazy pc..

    hello. looks like my pc **** if cannot run with 60 fps at all graphic max in active rifts with many ppls

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    at max graphic solo questing 40-45 fps
    so i play now on ultra+ ( AA on max,all distances max ) 50-55 fps



    if you see something old and bad in my pc,plz tell me

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    My PC is about 1/2 of that and runs fine. Even durine large rifts.

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    What resolution do you play at? This is a big deal when refrencing FPS and Settings, as it has a large impact.


    At any count, I play with all settings on high, but Shadows OFF, and AA enabled.

    At 1080P I can average 30FPS.



    Thats with a HD4890, and Im going to be upgrading to a GTX570 soon. SHopefully the 570 will be a significant difference.
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    25fps is considered smooth already 24fps even!, a human eye can only catch 24 frames per second, the rest is just "look how big my fps is".

    I run on pretty high settings and got about 40-60fps, at large rifts might drop to 38.. so im good with the settings I used.

    So your pc is good enough, u dont need 60+ fps, like I said, the human eye only can see 24 frames per sec.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitalik View Post
    hello. looks like my pc **** if cannot run with 60 fps at all graphic max in active rifts with many ppls

    CoolerMaster HAF-922
    T/Take 750W EVO Blue PSU
    Gigabyte GA-770TA-UD3 Motherboard
    AMD AM3 PhenomII X4 965 Quad Core 3.4GHz CPU
    8GB DDR3 1333MHz Memory
    ATI HD5850 1GB DDR5 PCI-X2.0 VGA ( replaced 5850 to gtx 580 )
    1TB 7200-3Gbs 32MB SATA2 HDD
    22X DVD-Rewriter Drive


    at max graphic solo questing 40-45 fps
    so i play now on ultra+ ( AA on max,all distances max ) 50-55 fps



    if you see something old and bad in my pc,plz tell me
    Impossible... I think you have software issues on your computer, because those are pretty decent specs

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    25fps is considered smooth already 24fps even!, a human eye can only catch 24 frames per second, the rest is just "look how big my fps is".
    While this might be true the game will still judder sometimes making your fps seem lower
    Last edited by tanora; 02-21-2011 at 11:50 AM.

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    I have similar specs.

    At certain zones, with not so many ppl around I get 60 FPS.

    But when there are lots of people in one screen, around 35 FPS.

    Surprisingly, 35FPS is totally playable. I don't notice any stuttering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchguy1975 View Post
    25fps is considered smooth already 24fps even!, a human eye can only catch 24 frames per second, the rest is just "look how big my fps is".

    I run on pretty high settings and got about 40-60fps, at large rifts might drop to 38.. so im good with the settings I used.

    So your pc is good enough, u dont need 60+ fps, like I said, the human eye only can see 24 frames per sec.
    You're wrong.

    Anyone can see a huge difference in the fluidity of gaming animation between 25fps and 60fps.

    I don't know why people are under this illusion, it's a well documented scientific fact. Google it if you are still skeptical.

    If you're still not convinced:
    Go into a Source engine game you can run at 60fps
    Look around and play a little
    Type max_fps 30 into the console
    Look around and play some more.

    If you can't see the difference then you need to get your eyes checked.

    Stop spreading misinformation that the human eye can't tell the difference between high and low fps!
    Last edited by Jestahr; 02-21-2011 at 01:21 PM.

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    Up to 60FPS is ideal.

    But beyond that is a total waste, as most displays can not even display it.
    Since, most common is a 60refresh rate, that means they can only display 60FPS. The rest is thrown away.
    Last edited by CenturyChild; 02-21-2011 at 01:20 PM.
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    The human eye cannot distinguish individual frames at 24 frames per second. The human eye however can notice a difference in frame rate up to as high as 100 frames per second. Personally, I notice a difference between 24 frames per second and 60 frames per second and the former makes me dizzy. Panning scenes in movie theaters make me feel ill at 24 frames per second.
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    uhm why are people complaining about that they cant have 60 fps on ultra?

    i have 15 fps on low quality settings.. i dont complain. people please just be glad with the things you have

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchguy1975 View Post
    25fps is considered smooth already 24fps even!, a human eye can only catch 24 frames per second, the rest is just "look how big my fps is".
    As said above, this is an old wives' tale. Last article I read on it, human eyes could detect 100+ fps as the smoother display easily, but the top limit wasn't known at the time.
    Quote Originally Posted by CenturyChild View Post
    Up to 60FPS is ideal.

    But beyond that is a total waste, as most displays can not even display it.
    Since, most common is a 60refresh rate, that means they can only display 60FPS. The rest is thrown away.
    This is true. Most monitors have 60 or 75 refresh rate, which is the max FPS for that monitor. 75 is less common than 60, but it's out there.
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    I can easily tell the difference between 30 fps and 60, and even between 60 and 100. Above 100 everything is just 'fast'.

    The whole 20-30 fps limit for human vision is a myth that was dispelled ages ago. I think it came about because of movies running at these frames and appearing smooth, but the reason they can do this is due to blurring between frames (or something similar).


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    Quote Originally Posted by CenturyChild View Post
    What resolution do you play at? This is a big deal when refrencing FPS and Settings, as it has a large impact.


    At any count, I play with all settings on high, but Shadows OFF, and AA enabled.

    At 1080P I can average 30FPS.



    Thats with a HD4890, and Im going to be upgrading to a GTX570 soon. SHopefully the 570 will be a significant difference.
    i play on 1680x1050

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick2412 View Post
    Impossible... I think you have software issues on your computer, because those are pretty decent specs
    maybe can help me with softwares? softwares u mean drivers ?

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