Get an extra 10+FPS in Cyberpunk
Cyberpunk 2077 can be difficult to run for any PC, resulting in a lower framerate than usual. There is one trick to get a 10-20 frame boost.
I just tried playing it with 1.3 Ghz, 4GB ram, and an intergraded video card. Didn't even make it to the title screen lol.Played a little on the xbox. Its a bit frantic for me.
We've been playing PUBG almost exclusively for the better part of two years, but we haven't been gaming too much lately.I just tried playing it with 1.3 Ghz, 4GB ram, and an intergraded video card. Didn't even make it to the title screen lol.
It's more fun and less frantic with a squad of 4. I mean, you still have frantic battles but they are less often and not as stressful. Are you into any multiplayer games at the moment?
I think things start getting pretty bad at sub 25FPS for most games. Anything is going to look good at 60FPS. Since I've never had a screen that will do better than 60FPS, that's all I can really comment on.Past a certain point, sure. Cyberpunk is sub-30FPS for me, though.
vsync/freesync is important. You get vertical tearing if you operate at something other than your monitors native res.I've been reading on frame rates for the past 20 minutes. I saw a few people claim that running a 144hz monitor will make 60FPS look worse than running a 60hz monitor at 60FPS. I also saw some claims about refresh rate important too, so running 120FPS on a 60hz monitor won't be visible to the eye but it will cut input lag in half. We're talking milliseconds here, 16ms to 8ms if you double a 60hz monitor's capability. That might matter to people who game competitively, not so much the average gamer.