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Can i play latest games at max settings using zotac gtx geforce 1650 super? If only limited games, pls list them. Which all games can be max settings

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1 minute ago, WinMac Psyntizt said:

Can i play AAA title games at max settings

Depends, if you don’t care about fps being in the 60 and below range then yes you probably can play some games at max. Also depends on your cpu. 

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2 minutes ago, ZonalThrone said:

Depends, if you don’t care about fps being in the 60 and below range then yes you probably can play some games at max. Also depends on your cpu. 

Cpu is ryzen 5 3500x

Is 30fps good for gaming

My monitor has only 60hz, does it affect fps?

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Just now, WinMac Psyntizt said:

Cpu is ryzen 5 3500x

Is 30fps good for gaming

I’ll be honest, no. I use a 144hz monitor and I put setting low for the frame rate, not everyone prefers frame rate over resolution, but 30 is a bit too low for anyone who is playing AAA games. 60 minimum is what I will say.

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1 minute ago, WinMac Psyntizt said:

Cpu is ryzen 5 3500x

Is 30fps good for gaming

My monitor has only 60hz, does it affect fps?

HZ is the number of times the screen refreshes a second. 30fps is console numbers, we play on pc to have 60fps. I would also ask, what res. A 1650s can play doom eternal ultra nightmare at 240p, but that is very lo res, so...

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Just now, WinMac Psyntizt said:

Cpu is ryzen 5 3500x

Is 30fps good for gaming

30fps is 'good' enough, but to be honest I'd rather to go as close to 60fps (since I got only 60Hz monitor anyway) as possible, bare minimum would be at 40-ish even if I have to sacrifice some texture quality. Higher frame rates actually would make your eyes feels a lot better for extended gaming session than seeing the best of  the texture quality itself.

 

And, nope. Wouldn't bother to list the games as it's too much and I don't even know what you'd like. You can YouTube the ones you'd like to play for benchmarks.

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4 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

HZ is the number of times the screen refreshes a second. 30fps is console numbers, we play on pc to have 60fps. I would also ask, what res. A 1650s can play doom eternal ultra nightmare at 240p, but that is very lo res, so...

Dell s2240l 1080p monitor

So i wish to play at 1080 x1920 resolution

That's the sweet spot for gamers right?

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3 minutes ago, WinMac Psyntizt said:

Cpu is ryzen 5 3500x

Is 30fps good for gaming

My monitor has only 60hz, does it affect fps?

It doesn’t affect fps, it determines how many frames per second you see so in a way it limits it, but having fps higher than refresh rate is better. Also it is possible to overclock your monitor if that’s something you wanted to do.

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8 minutes ago, WinMac Psyntizt said:

My monitor has only 60hz, does it affect fps?

Yes if you actually turned on the V-sync so it would be locked on the refresh rate of your monitor. I always go for V-sync if the frame rate of the game exceeds of the refresh rate, as 80 vs 60 fps feels the exact same anyway on a 60 Hz monitor. Besides, I don't like to waste the GPU resources just for extra few fps that I can't feel/see.

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12 minutes ago, WinMac Psyntizt said:

So i wish to play at 1080 x1920 resolution

That's the sweet spot for gamers right?

Play on the maximum resolution that your monitor supports. Try to get the closest (or even exact if the PC's suffice enough) frame rates as the refresh rate on your monitor (so if you'd have a 144 Hz one, go for 144 fps), even if it would have to reduce the resolution or the texture quality. Albeit below that on around 10-20 fps difference for the sake of texture quality would be fine, as long as you'd be comfortable with it. Yet, just, never below 30-40 fps (depends of the eye, I personally not too mind to play below 40 on some games that I can't afford to get too much fps, like RDR2 on my laptop) because that's where you'd feel uncomfortable already.

 

That's the real sweet spot for, at least, extended period of game that you'd forget to waste 12 hours in front of it. 

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Some old computer laying around as my HTPC

Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 1.8GHz || (fake lol) NVIDIA GeForce GT730 2GB DDR3

Some random old motherboard. Works fine tho.

512 MB + 512 MB random DDR memory

40GB IDE HDD + 1 TB old laptop SATA HDD, got bad sector unfortunately

Linux Mint 20 Ulyana Xfce x64

Some old TCL CRT TV laying around + RCA to HDMI converter

 

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8

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64GB SanDisk Ultra (80MB/s Read) External Storage

MIUI 11 Global

Aukey Turbo Charger PA-U28 QC2.0 + Aukey CB-CD4 PVC Type-C Cable

 

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Some random home-theater speakers I took freely from someplace and big-ass bass with old computer speaker amplifier. It sounds good af tho.

dbE DJ100 Headphone

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