I think high FPS higher than low FPS.
don't know about fps but you definitely want to stay above the refresh-rate right?
So I'm playing 144hz with about 200 fps - so no stuttering occurs
It's more clear and fluid. /Close
all that matters is that its stable. stable 150 fps if you have 144 hz monitor is the same as 300fps
its SMOOTH like Niko hitting those headshots left and right
low fps are better
Imagine 1 fps. You have more time to aim at the enemy until the next frame comes.
With 60+ fps you have to aim 60+ frames per second
What I have heard is that you dont need much more fps than what is your monitor's refresh rate. If you have 64hz, you are good with ~100fps.
i get 400 fps but limit it with fps_max 140 since my monitor is 120hz and i dont feel a difference between 400 and the limited number
it depends on your monitor's refresh rate. if u have 300+ fps or 100 fps, u won't feel a difference with a 60hz monitor. on the other hand, if u have a 240hz monitor, the difference will be clearly visible in the frame drops.
Smoother gameplay.I used to play in a computer which used to give below 100 fps mostly and sucked balls around smoke and dropped to around 50-60fps.It ruins your gameplay.
I have started playing in a decent laptop lately which gives around 150fps and no drop in fps due to smokes. It really elavates your gameplay,especially the smooth transition in whatever you do. No more praying for no smokes anymore.
Let's just say with low fps it's as if you're slogging through the muddy road.In higher fps, your movement is fluid and clean.
higher fps is always better
it would make you a significantly better player in having 300fps vs 150. 80 is far too low.
if I get a frame rate drop to any number that starts with 1, it is noticeable and I will hide in game until it reverts to normal. I would not even bother peeking or try getting peeked.
will be different time reaction
your time reaction with 60 fps will be ~0.4 sec (medium)
your opponent reaction with 300 fps will be ~0.25 sec (medium)
Higher fps is mostly better. 300fps on 60hz will always be smoother than 150 on the same screen. But 200fps on 144hz will ofc feel better than 500fps on 60hz. I hope this helps you.
I mean the higher your fps and the lower your ping the smoother your game will be. obviously
i played both on ~150 fps for like 3 years and now play on ~250-300 and the difference is absurd. it just feels way more fluid to play. definitely an improvement
var is important.
On my old machine I maxed my fps to 120 (120hz monitor) and I got much lower var which felt much better than 300fps max looking into the ground.
dont fap over max fps, fap over lowest fps in gunfights.
im pretty sure any amount of frames under your monitor refresh rate will result in screen tearing
edit: Also for some reason 300-400 fps feels smoother than say 150fps even if you play 60hz, idk why, but its true
Better connection>>>>better fps
Fps doeant matter qhen you have feeling that you cant 1 tap enemy even if ypu aim right at the head
If you play on 60hz it doesn't matter, if you play on 144hz it's a big difference, specially on peeking and tracking movement. You don't see big change when you move up, but if you change from 144hz to 60hz everyrhing turns clunky.
Reaction time and micro adjustments
You see alot more of the player and they are much smoother when they move so your tracking aim will improve on high fps/hz
Any potato pc chads playing at 60 fps here?
Your question is not so clear.
Fps feeling depends on your monitor refresh rate.
If you play on 144hz. Any fps lower than it will make you feel the difference instantly.
80 fps vs 300 you feel the difference game smoother as butter.
But csgo is trash game no matter how much fps you got there will be factors like ping, server location, SERVER OPTIMIZATION (this one is so important) your internet connection quality, your pc stability etc that will influence the feeling of a smooth game or not.
Also hardware's can cause inputlag or wrong settings.
Short answer best is to have 300+fps any higher fps will almost make not any difference at all.
Nowdays a 5600x paired to any good gpu will make your game run 600-700 fps.
this dude weird af cant he open 1x1 arena