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43. Re: GeForce Optimizer Dec 13, 2012, 04:06 Jerykk
 
Quinn wrote on Dec 13, 2012, 03:56:
The human eye can't notice any difference between 60 fps and above..

Sorry, not true at all. If you put a game running at 60 FPS and a game running at 120 FPS side by side, the difference is clearly noticeable. It's not as significant as 30 vs 60 but it's definitely noticeable. If you have a recent Nvidia card, you can use EVGA Precision X to cap your framerate and see for yourself.

I actually cap my framerate at 80 because 120+ FPS feels almost too smooth. That and it consumes more electricity and generates more heat. And some poorly programmed games break when you play them at too high an FPS (like Bethesda's Gamebryo games).

This comment was edited on Dec 13, 2012, 04:12.
 
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