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some fixes that might help

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 12:26 AM

View PostObScUrE, on 22 April 2010 - 06:09 PM, said:

more fps gives you a lower network latency because of maxpackets this will be better solved in 4.2 with unlocked maxpackets to 125pps instead of 42pps.

Is this still true in regard to version 4.2 that will be released this year? or have changes been made since?

p.s. sorry for necro just randomly stumbled to here but the above quote caught my eye!
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Posted 16 July 2012 - 06:58 AM

View Postlebbra, on 19 April 2010 - 01:30 PM, said:

You are right, 20 fps are good with motion blur. Without motion blur fps must be more. In any case 60 fps are enough.

In any case human reaction to a visual input is around 150-200ms (= 5-7 fps). Even if your eyes (because of game set to 120fps) receive a information 1 or 2 ms before, it is really a sliiiighty improvement if compared with the human reaction time.
Personally I strongly prefer a stable 60fps than a 80-120-40-110...fps, avoiding the disavantage of jerky motion related to the fps drops,

"human reaction" Meaning average human reaction and its only AVERAGE, but there are some people who are over the average and lower the average. Because scientists doing the research must average all the data for the common sense of publication. Its never fair to say to you that "human eye..." meaning your eye, cause its totally missied point. The same is true with reaction time and with setting your mouse sensitivity -naturally you cannot say that "average sensitivity for humans with that dpi and so one... is 3,56741" and argue telling individual that scientists research of human limbs length is such and such... Its missing the point also.

AND if you like your settings its good for your psychology too, because you believing in it or not, and your psychology is even more important inside the game that your fps and other settings put all together. So everybody are setting it by theirs comfort and believe. But you cannot say that it will be good for me or others...

There is however common sense like:

1.More fps you can get from your machine its better
2.More Hz in your mouse its also better
3.The better is your ping its better
4.The better is your headphones its also better for you
5.The better is your psychology its also better for you and for your reaction time, so drink and eat!

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