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Computer specs for fps problems

  • Nvidia
  • Western Digital
  • FPS
  • Graphics
Last response: in Graphics & Displays
May 23, 2011 9:00:47 PM

here is my rig specs i should have added them to my first one

asus crosshair fomula IV MB
amd phenom 2 x6 1100t
16g of g-skil sniper ddr3 1666mhz
evga gtx 580 cod black ops edition 1.5g
wd caviar green 2tb main
wd cavair green 1tb in external encloser
creative sound blaster titanium
ultra x3 1000w power supply

i just dont know if it normal to get 60 fps that why i am turning to the forums for advice and help i have heard of people hitting fps over 100fps that why i am just trying to figure it out

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a c 83 Î Nvidia
May 23, 2011 9:11:22 PM

Your resolution plays a factor, and so does your refresh rate, which you haven't given.

If you have v-sync on, and a refresh rate of 60hz, which is the most common by far, you are capped at 60 FPS which is the most frames your monitor can display. To go higher you'd have to turn off v-sync.

If you have a high resolution, your FPS will not be as high as someone with a lower resolution.
May 24, 2011 7:11:21 AM

but beware because if your monitor has 60Hz refresh rate and your fps exceeds 60, it might result in image tearing and will ruin your gaming experience.Just check the monitor specifications from monitor's properties.