played DAOC on my Inspiron 8200 for a year. Never had a problem!
post #21 of 26
1/27/04 at 10:49pm
Originally Posted by tombo77
The bottom line I got from the article is
1. Everybody has a differentphysiological reaction to the refresh/flicker rate and FPS.
2. Generally speaking anything over 72 FPS may not be really important.
3. The benchmark scores are not relavant when determining what to buy.
4. Real world results are the final word and one has to have the machine in front of them to see if it is acceptable to them.
Originally Posted by Gold
But on a laptop anthing over 60 fps is pointless, because the LCD works at an constant 60hz.
|From somebody that has been working with hz for over 16 years (purely gaming), trust me you want a minimum of 40 FPS (below which is too jerky) in fast paced games, and a maximum of 70 FPS (above which you cannot see anyway).|