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August 14, 2014 5:17:44 PM

hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1

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August 14, 2014 5:21:21 PM

scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?
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August 14, 2014 5:51:16 PM

Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?
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August 14, 2014 5:52:55 PM

scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?


I would guess it's because of the 60Hz refresh rate (you can't see above 60fps because that's the maximum refresh rate)
This however does not mean more than 60fps speeds can't be processed, however they just won't be appearing at that speed
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August 14, 2014 5:54:13 PM

scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?


Meaning that for the most part when the game is running at 60fps that you can't tell the difference between 60fps or higher. Now if it drops below 60 then yes you can tell the difference but not at 60 or maybe even 55.
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August 14, 2014 6:00:23 PM

devilgodspider said:
scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?


I would guess it's because of the 60Hz refresh rate (you can't see above 60fps because that's the maximum refresh rate)
This however does not mean more than 60fps speeds can't be processed, however they just won't be appearing at that speed


Yes thank you for your answer but, i have a mate who has the 780 and get like 280 fps. Also i sometimes even go 50 fps.

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August 14, 2014 6:02:54 PM

Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?


Meaning that for the most part when the game is running at 60fps that you can't tell the difference between 60fps or higher. Now if it drops below 60 then yes you can tell the difference but not at 60 or maybe even 55.


But sometimes it goes down to 50-40 fps and thats annoying. BTW is it because of my CPU or my ram slowing me down?
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August 14, 2014 6:06:37 PM

minecraft doesn't care about your gpu... its completely cpu limited.
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August 14, 2014 6:06:38 PM

scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1


You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?


Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?


Meaning that for the most part when the game is running at 60fps that you can't tell the difference between 60fps or higher. Now if it drops below 60 then yes you can tell the difference but not at 60 or maybe even 55.


But sometimes it goes down to 50-40 fps and thats annoying. BTW is it because of my CPU or my ram slowing me down?


It's possible that the rest of your system either ram or cpu is a bottleneck and keeping your gpu from getting higher fps but we don't have that info from you. But as I stated you won't tell the difference in what you see at any higher fps then 60.
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August 14, 2014 6:10:15 PM

Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
scottydot123 said:
Bean007 said:
13959567,0,1737707 said:
hi guys :) 

recently i have bought a new gpu which is the msi geforce gtx 770 Twin frozer OC edtion. I have been looking around on the internet and saw people get like 100-150 fps on minecraft and i only get 60fps. i have tried disabling vsync in minecraft and on nvidia control panel, as i heard someone else said too; still no change.So any ideas Guys thanks!

PC specs
cpu: AMD A10-5700 APU with Radeon(tm( HD graphics (4 cpu) 3.4GHZ
GPU:nvidia msi geforce gtx 770 twin frozer OC edtion
Ram: 8 GB
Hard drive:2 TB
OS:windows 8.1
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You as in what you see can't tell the difference between what's over 60fps. And yes VSync will stop at 60 max as it has to Sync every frame. Are you sure you hit apply when you turned off Vsync?
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Yes i am sure i have turned it off when i clicked apply, and what do you mean can't tell the difference?
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Meaning that for the most part when the game is running at 60fps that you can't tell the difference between 60fps or higher. Now if it drops below 60 then yes you can tell the difference but not at 60 or maybe even 55.
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But sometimes it goes down to 50-40 fps and thats annoying. BTW is it because of my CPU or my ram slowing me down?
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It's possible that the rest of your system either ram or cpu is a bottleneck and keeping your gpu from getting higher fps but we don't have that info from you. But as I stated you won't tell the difference in what you see at any higher fps then 60.

Can you see my pc specs would they bottleneck it?
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