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My 4870X2 in COD4 never passes 90ish fps

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by douglatins, Dec 30, 2008.

  1. douglatins

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    But my avg FPS is like 80 or something, i think that theres a vsinc alike effect happening, any thoughts? CPU, etyc
     
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    What do you have all enabled?
     
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    Type /max_fps 120 in the console
     
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    oh, i didnt know this command, will try
     
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    Edit the config file and set max fps to 200.
     
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    do you need FPS higher than that? Anything more than 60 and your can't tell the difference.
     
    department76 says thanks.
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    My eyes are super evolved, ok really i just was worried because at reviews the card had higher FPS
     
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    lol well if you need it higher for bragging rights then do what the others stated and type the maxfps command
     

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