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Normal FPS?

Posted Jun 12, '08 at 6:49pm

Klaushouse

Klaushouse

2,959 posts

Just wondering what everyone thinks a normal FPS for a game is? I tend to use 25 to 32 depending on how I am feeling!

 

Posted Jun 12, '08 at 8:07pm

Sharkbate

Sharkbate

437 posts

Thats a little too much.How about 16-24?Thats how it is for most games.

 

Posted Jun 12, '08 at 8:20pm

Arax_Nisanu

Arax_Nisanu

1,376 posts

Well, when i play games for PC like halp, half-life, COD4, ..etc. I am usually getting around 90-120 Frame per second. Guess that's how i always get head shots lol.

 

Posted Jun 13, '08 at 10:21am

MikeVarilek

MikeVarilek

38 posts

for a flash game? 18,24,30 or anywhere in-between would be normal

 

Posted Jun 13, '08 at 12:13pm

dank

dank

1,045 posts

Knight

The eye can not tell the difference between framerate after about 24 FPS. I usually like to stick with 30 FPS though.

 

Posted Jun 15, '08 at 12:55am

bluestriker

bluestriker

7 posts

I use around 30 FPS myself because the animations appear much smoother and of higher quality. Only downside is that this could require more work on your side, depending on the situation.

 

Posted Jun 15, '08 at 12:58am

Arax_Nisanu

Arax_Nisanu

1,376 posts

IS getting such high FPS bad? Like in halo 1 and 2 i usually hit 112 as my max peak. Flash game's, i mainly get mid 30's

 

Posted Jun 15, '08 at 11:45am

dank

dank

1,045 posts

Knight

PC games operate at various speeds because the environment they run in can fluctuate.

 

Posted Jun 15, '08 at 2:11pm

Blockhead

Blockhead

123 posts

It is useless to have fps greater than 30 since your eyes fps is, well, 30.

 

Posted Jun 15, '08 at 10:26pm

Louissi

Louissi

68 posts

It is said that the human eye can only see 24 fps. (got that from an animation teacher, I study in 3d animation). The thing is, if you put an animation at 40 fps you WILL see the difference, so all this is bullshit. Sticking to 30 fps would be great.

 
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