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    Quote Originally Posted by day-out View Post
    i dont think people understand this to be honest, it doesnt matter if you are gettting 250+ fps because a screen refresh rate is generally only at 60hz which means that you are actually only seeing 60 FPS so you could have 1000 fps or 60 fps and they would both look pretty much the same. Your frame rates comes down to your monitor when you go over 60FPS.
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    You dont need more FPS then 60 since ur screen cant handle more then that. If crossfire says your FPS is 130-170 then that's just what your GPU can push out to the game, what I'm saying is that a human eye cant see anything more then 60 FPS, if u got higher then that you wont even recognize it

    If you're only thinking of playing Crossfire with the new GPU then buy a cheaper one. Crossfire doesn't need very much.. >_> I am using a Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT and it's working like a charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twisted- View Post
    You dont need more FPS then 60 since ur screen cant handle more then that. If crossfire says your FPS is 130-170 then that's just what your GPU can push out to the game, what I'm saying is that a human eye cant see anything more then 60 FPS, if u got higher then that you wont even recognize it

    If you're only thinking of playing Crossfire with the new GPU then buy a cheaper one. Crossfire doesn't need very much.. >_> I am using a Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT and it's working like a charm.

    Goodluck
    Well the thing is, 60 fps froze my screen completely (My old GPU) .

    But anyway nuf said, already SE'ed a R7 260x like 2 weeks ago.

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    For Crossfire, Buy a damn AMD R5 230 or them HD 5450 .... now everyone shut up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twisted- View Post
    You dont need more FPS then 60 since ur screen cant handle more then that. If crossfire says your FPS is 130-170 then that's just what your GPU can push out to the game, what I'm saying is that a human eye cant see anything more then 60 FPS, if u got higher then that you wont even recognize it

    If you're only thinking of playing Crossfire with the new GPU then buy a cheaper one. Crossfire doesn't need very much.. >_> I am using a Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT and it's working like a charm.

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    What happens if i have 120hz monitor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBgunz View Post
    What happens if i have 120hz monitor?
    The human eye can still only see 60 FPS aswell more then 60 FPS wont make a difference for you.
     
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