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Timmo

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« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2010, 06:19:10 pm »

Remember also, that FRAMES AREN'T EVERYTHING!- Immersion isn't simple a FPS reading.....FSX'ers often forget this (it is often said that the framerate counter in FSX is the biggest hindrance to true performance- Because it is there, people focus on it too much and use that alone to judge the 'performance' of the Sim)
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Edding3000

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« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2010, 10:46:56 am »

Quote from: Timmo
Remember also, that FRAMES AREN'T EVERYTHING!- Immersion isn't simple a FPS reading.....FSX'ers often forget this (it is often said that the framerate counter in FSX is the biggest hindrance to true performance- Because it is there, people focus on it too much and use that alone to judge the 'performance' of the Sim)
the most important factor is a steady constant framerate.
Second most important is that this framerate is high enough.

frametime of 16 is 60 fps and it works good, 30 is okay too. At least: if it's 30 all the time.
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OGREMAN

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« Reply #17 on: November 03, 2010, 06:55:22 am »

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Remember also, that FRAMES AREN'T EVERYTHING!- Immersion isn't simple a FPS reading.....FSX'ers often forget this (it is often said that the framerate counter in FSX is the biggest hindrance to true performance- Because it is there, people focus on it too much and use that alone to judge the 'performance' of the Sim)

Sorry Timmo but I must contest your view that frame rates arnt everything..... NOTHING IS MORE DESTRUCTIVE to an interactive experience that having stutter, stalls, and jerky graphics, its absolutely a GAME BREAKER.
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