COD4 125fps eyecandy on

Hi everyone,

I'm planning on getting another GPU. I play mostly cod4 and some other fps games. I'd like to have a steady 125-250 fps in-game with all eyecandy on. Can you help me find a card that will support this? Also: If i step up to 1920x1080, would this card still support 125fps?

My specs now:
CPU: Q6600@ 3.1Ghz
RAM: Corsair 800Mhz 4G
MOBO: Asus Maximum II Formula
GPU: MSI HD4850 512mb

Gaming resolution atm: 1600x900 (planning on going 1920x1080 in the future)


Thanks
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  1. Well, the GTX 470 and 480 seem to hit those fps you want. Also, the 5870 isn't a bad choice either. The only thing is in 1920X1080, you won't get a steady 125 but more likely a steady 100. :sol:
  2. Hehe, I was thinking the 5870 would manage to get those marks. Hmm, I really need the 125fps for my strafe jmps :D
  3. uhhh just so you know the human eye can't tell the diffrence from 60fps and above? so why do you need 125fps? strafe jumps don't need 125fps...
  4. Mithness said:
    uhhh just so you know the human eye can't tell the diffrence from 60fps and above? so why do you need 125fps? strafe jumps don't need 125fps...


    There is a big difference playing @ 60fps and playing @ 125 fps. It 'feels' alot smoother. I have different configs for cod4 which enable me to go from 125 to 333fps (almost all eyecandy turned off) and there's a big difference between 125 and anything lower than 90.
  5. Placebo effect now in effect; most LCD moniters can't even display more then 60 FPS. Granted though, COD is one of the few games who's engine is effected by those extra frames...
  6. The only way you'll ever need 100+ FPS is in situations where there's a lot going on in the game and you don't want to drop below 60 FPS... which is why I have a 5970 :)
  7. i dont know why u want an fps like that i always limit my fps in any game

    like cod 4 im gettin like 140-200 fps as i remember but i alwasy put a limit to that

    because it heats up ur pc and the game become very fast

    so u should think agin dude cuz u wont even think about gettin that fps in 2010 games or even some 2007 games
  8. CoD is a very odd case; its one of the few games whos engine is coded in such a way that extra frames can actually affect gameplay (IE: Some jumps can be made that otherwise can not be made above 125 FPS).

    Other then that, extra FPS is a placebo when playing on a 60Hz screen.
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