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COD4 125fps eyecandy on

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July 25, 2010 4:16:14 PM

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)


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July 25, 2010 4:31:35 PM

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: 
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July 25, 2010 4:36:20 PM

Hehe, I was thinking the 5870 would manage to get those marks. Hmm, I really need the 125fps for my strafe jmps :D 
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July 26, 2010 3:23:41 AM

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...
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July 26, 2010 4:55:02 AM

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.
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July 26, 2010 4:01:20 PM

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...
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August 31, 2010 10:49:32 PM

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 :) 
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September 1, 2010 10:34:47 AM

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
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September 1, 2010 12:30:00 PM

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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