For CSS, FPS

My FPS is around 115 using Video Stress Test
Options are:
1920x1080
Shaders: High
Texture: High
Model: High
Shadow: High
Reflect World
Color Correction Enabled
Antialiasing off
Filtering: Trillinear
Vsync off
Multicore off
Motion blur off
High dynamic: Full

I have Ati 5670, 6 GB RAM, 1920x1080 screen obviously, i5-750 processor, 2.3 GHz.
Is this good or bad?
and i was wondering how to increase my FPS but still keeping a very good quality in the graphics for CSS.
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  1. You don't need more then 100 fps during playing. I doubt your monitor would render that much and even if yes, you wouldn't notice it ^^
  2. i5 750 at 2.3ghz?Did you downclock your cpu?The fps are great.Just reduce the shadow detail and if I'm not wrong and the multicore refers to the cpu,enable it.
  3. BeCoolBro said:
    i5 750 at 2.3ghz?Did you downclock your cpu?The fps are great.Just reduce the shadow detail and if I'm not wrong and the multicore refers to the cpu,enable it.

    But enabling the multicore reduces my FPS to 99. And yea, it is 2.67 Ghz for my CPU xD. How do you overclock a Dell computer I heard that they limit overclocking.
  4. You can't overclock a dell computer (except allienware I think) but downclocking is possible.You just reduce the multiplier.If multicore reduces your fps disable it.So as I said reduce the shadow detail to medium and it should increase your fps the most out of all the settings.100 fps are great though and you don't need any more.
  5. Okay, but where do you reduce the multiplier on Windows 7?
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