LandOfDen Aug 2 @ 12:16pm
HD textures FPS drop?
Do the HD textures cause a lot of FPS drop? I like the 120 FPS im getting, i dont wanna lose it.
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lolschrauber Aug 2 @ 12:28pm 
you should be proud and definitely consider putting this in your resume.
SpeedFreak Aug 2 @ 12:39pm 
... 120 FPS lol happy hunting for weird glitches ....
lutherospaisbugerre Aug 2 @ 12:45pm 
Unless you have a monitor that supports higher frame-rates, the majority only support 60 FPS.
As long as you keep your rate above this, HD textures should not be a problem.
LandOfDen Aug 2 @ 1:05pm 
Originally posted by lutherospaisbugerre:
Unless you have a monitor that supports higher frame-rates, the majority only support 60 FPS.
As long as you keep your rate above this, HD textures should not be a problem.

Alright. Thanks of ractually answering my question.
LandOfDen Aug 2 @ 1:05pm 
*for


*actually
Waffle Trolley Aug 2 @ 1:22pm 
If you're getting 120 FPS now... Do not think that these HD texture packs will hurt you at all. Just remember, 60 FPS is your magic number. 120 is extremely unnecessary and there's no need to worry about it dropping. lmao
pike Aug 2 @ 2:13pm 
well , if you're at 120 fps you're not playing skyrim , if you were you would be complaining about the physics running wild ,
the game is meant to run at 60 ,

and , i dont get the post , if you add ANY hires features/textures you're gonna get a fps hit of some sort . commonsense tells you , the harder the system has to work the less fps in the game
LandOfDen Aug 2 @ 2:38pm 
Originally posted by pike:
well , if you're at 120 fps you're not playing skyrim , if you were you would be complaining about the physics running wild ,
the game is meant to run at 60 ,

and , i dont get the post , if you add ANY hires features/textures you're gonna get a fps hit of some sort . commonsense tells you , the harder the system has to work the less fps in the game


i know that. i was more asking what the difference would be instead of if there will be one
Uncle64[SwE] Aug 2 @ 2:48pm 
60 is for the players, 120 is for glitch lovers.
pike Aug 2 @ 3:20pm 
Originally posted by LandOfDen:
Originally posted by pike:
well , if you're at 120 fps you're not playing skyrim , if you were you would be complaining about the physics running wild ,
the game is meant to run at 60 ,

and , i dont get the post , if you add ANY hires features/textures you're gonna get a fps hit of some sort . commonsense tells you , the harder the system has to work the less fps in the game


i know that. i was more asking what the difference would be instead of if there will be one
i dont even get this ?
you know if you run at 120fps the game freaks (yet you do it ) ?
or that more textures = less fps ?
either way , your not making sense
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