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I can kinda see a difference when comparing 30 and 60 FPS side by side, but in gaming it doesn't actually bother me that much. Everyone thinks I'm crazy but I'm just one of those people who doesn't mind 30FPS. I'd much rather have higher details at 30FPS then 60FPS with the graphics looking worse, as long as the minimum frame rates aren't too bad.


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For actually completing Watch_dogs at 15-25fps launch week... I can tell you unless you can keep at 30fps 99.9% of the time it's fine. if it dips to 20 or 25 then no. 60fps atleast you have a longer range that you can dip at times.


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Why do people have 144Hz monitors when the human eye can only see 60 FPS MAX and 30 FPS looks the same.

Stupid marketing, the higher the number the more it costs.

I play all my games at 15 FPS it looks smooth just a little laggy but very playable.

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I can tell a difference between 30 and 40fps but only sometimes barely 40 and 60fps.... 30fps feels real laggy...


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I play all my games at 15 FPS it looks smooth just a little laggy but very playable.

And I thought 25fps looks bad in games already...


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I can kinda see a difference when comparing 30 and 60 FPS side by side, but in gaming it doesn't actually bother me that much. Everyone thinks I'm crazy but I'm just one of those people who doesn't mind 30FPS. I'd much rather have higher details at 30FPS then 60FPS with the graphics looking worse, as long as the minimum frame rates aren't too bad.

 

 

They look the same to me.

 

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That;s because the human eye can only see 30 FPS. 

 

 

For actually completing Watch_dogs at 15-25fps launch week... I can tell you unless you can keep at 30fps 99.9% of the time it's fine. if it dips to 20 or 25 then no. 60fps atleast you have a longer range that you can dip at times.

 

 

Why do people have 144Hz monitors when the human eye can only see 60 FPS MAX and 30 FPS looks the same.

Stupid marketing, the higher the number the more it costs.

I play all my games at 15 FPS it looks smooth just a little laggy but very playable.

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And I thought 25fps looks bad in games already...

Well maybe it's just your perception if numbers, usually at 5 FPS it starts to look bad but I still get a high Death/Kill Ratio in CS:GO when I play at around 15 FPS, like 8 DKR. 30 FPS looks okay but there is no big difference between 15 and 30.

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I'm the guy who can play a train simulator at 5FPS and make a perfect station stop without much thought and have never been exposed to decent framerates, so....


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That;s because the human eye can only see 30 FPS. 

Thats a lie its 23 fps.


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Thats a lie its 23 fps.

 

No point since the human eye can only see 30 fps and 24fps is good enough because movies look smooth

It's actually 23.96 that's why movies use it because its already smooth enough and it looks cinematic even Ubisoft claims that.

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I could tell the difference (although I swear they were at different resolutions as well, which certainly made the 30fps one look much worse), but in general for content consumption I'm happy with 30fps (although I will take 60 when offered). When playing games, more fps is better, although I won't notice an issue until about 40fps; below 25-30 is pretty unplayable a lot of the time for me (although that might be related to frame times rather than frame rates).


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