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Your graphics settings and FPS

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by F1Aussie, Jan 3, 2021.

  1. F1Aussie

    F1Aussie Active Member

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    What is your monitor? Mine is 3k, if there is such a thing (3840 x 1600).
     
  2. blueferrari

    blueferrari New Member

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    Hi Mate, I'm using a 49" 4K TV. Works great! It's limited to 60hZ, so I think this would be part of the reason for screen tearing above 60fps.
    With regards to FPS, can you actually tell the difference between say 60fps or 100fps, as I just can't?
    I'm an Aussie too! Based in Sydney.
     
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    blueferrari New Member

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    That's good to know. I think I'm limited anyway, as I'm using a 4K 49" TV which is 60hZ, and from talking to Nvidia Support Desk, they said I would be limited to smooth 60fps without any screen tearing or lag. As soon as I turn off Adaptive V-Sync screen tearing and lag is there and I just prefer none, than higher fps. If I get a 120hZ monitor this would probably allow me to push it up to 100fps comfortably with no tearing.
     
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  4. F1Aussie

    F1Aussie Active Member

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    I don't notice any difference with smoothness above 60 but definitely do below 60. U am not the most observant person though. Lol.
    I am in regional Victoria. So do you own Ferrari, :D
     
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    blueferrari New Member

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    I was doing some PR and brand activation consulting work for Ferrari here in Australia and was provided with loan cars for some weekends and for special events. So driven most models over the past 10 years. My favorite being the 458 Italia. It was lots of fun and I also had connection and collaboration with the Ferrari F1 team in Italy.
     
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    Wow, that is pretty fricken impressive!! Did you use it to pick up chicks? Lol
     
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    AMS2 runs very nicely on my machine. I have triple 1440 displays and an RTX 2070. I run with everything maxed and the image quality seems great. I know I am not getting super high fps however it still looks great.
     
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    Wow, Triple 1440's, that is a lot of pixels! What fps do you get with a full field of cars and in what wether and time of day?
     
  9. Bill Gulker

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    I get 48-50 fps at the start of a full field of cars in a dry morning start. For a night rain start I get 30 fps.The 48-50 fps looks really smooth and nice. The rain conditions seem ok but may be a little less smooth. Its hard to tell since there is so much going on in the rain. Maybe freesync2 is working really well and making it seem nice. I am really impressed how well this sim runs with ALL options on max and an RTX 2070 video card. ACC does not run well with max settings on my system.
     
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    F1Aussie Active Member

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    Yes,
    I agree re ACC, with TAA on full I need a lot of sharpening or increased resolution to make it clear and that kills the fps.
    I had a race as part of a championship at Spa tonight in AMS2 and it was ripping down with rain and extreme fog and I was pleasantly surprised with fps but they ranked in replay.
     

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