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I’m just happy to be hit a stable 60

I’m just happy to be hit a stable 60 7


I’m just happy to be hit a stable 60 8

I’m just happy to be hit a stable 60



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  1. I just read a review on steam that complained about the game only running at 30FPS and that its unplayable at 144FPS. The game was from 2008 and originally made for consoles before being ported to PC.

  2. I’m still regularly pleased that I don’t have to mess with EMS just to play a game. Looking at you Wing Commander.

  3. When I built my first PC I bought a 60Hz IPS panel, after being a console gamer for decades where most games capped at 30.

    Feeling pretty good that I could stay locked at 60fps in all my games, imagine my dismay going to the internet forums to see that everyone was talking about how they can’t game at lower than 144fps because it hurts their eyes.

  4. It helps that framerate drops were a lot less pronounced on CRTs thanks to high motion clarity and low latency, as well as high frequencies on some models. Combined with much less severe pixelation at low resolutions, it was a lot easier to get a game to look good (for the time) while also being playable. Assuming you got the right brand of video card for the game you were trying to run, that is.

  5. If im not wrong nes, snes and that gen of consoles ran at 60 fps, later corporations changed fps for graphics because those sold more

  6. I remember getting morrowind and loading up only have have a black screen. Still had music and the voices, but no polys. Back when your computer didn’t tell you the game wasn’t supported by your video card. It just let you try anyways.

  7. I went my entire childhood with low end cheap PC’s before buying a gaming pc. My expectations are so low I’d be happy with 30fps on lowest settings. The only thing I’m really concerned with is if I can play certain games.

  8. It’s interesting how the focus of gaming has shifted from (???) to performance, which is fine if your hobby is working on and building computers and not just playing games

  9. Half of my games on my laptop dont even hit 60 at low settings. It sits nicely at 50 which isnt bad but it isnt 60

  10. I was a 90s PC gamer, it was so crappy usually spending more time fiddling with my hardware than playing a game. Finally said “fuck it” bought a PS2 and have been a console player ever since (except for a few years of WoW about a decade ago). I’m not sad about it.

  11. This is where people complaining about Skyrim and flying horses gets me. It technically works. That’s pretty great

  12. I remember when it took me five tries to install all 4 discs of Baldur’s Gate, and when it finally worked I was able to make my character and play for five whole minutes before it crashed again. I got on with my week because it was all that was left to me.

  13. Definitely not made by a 90’s gamer. We were already into upgrading our hardware to make games run better.

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