Game Frames Per Second

YoMoma

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#1
I`ve got my FPS turned on ingame and seems like the game is topped off at 50 fps.
Any way to open the game up alittle so I can get more FPS?
 

rudedog

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#2
1st I believe the devs are capping FPS but not at 50.

What our your system specs (ram/video card/CPU)?
 

HIS-MOTHER

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#3
I didn't buy this one but they may have it locked in the config_mp.cfg like
all COD titles before it do.

Look for

seta com_maxfps

and edit the number keeping the quotes.
 

Pendragon

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#4
You can unlock the fps in the menu, but it's still locked to a max of 200. I guess I can live with 200fps but it would be nice to see how fast it can go. When I record with fraps the frame rate drops to 150 to 190 for me. However I have mixed results recording Black Ops game play. I really need a dedicated capture card.
 

zeroy

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#5
I didn't buy this one but they may have it locked in the config_mp.cfg like
all COD titles before it do.

Look for

seta com_maxfps

and edit the number keeping the quotes.
All that is gone. Files look nothing like the previous COD.

For the OP, you must have Vsync enable but that would mean your monitor runs at 50Hz?? That would be bad. The game is uncapped in Custom game and capped at 200 for ranked.
 

YoMoma

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#6
All that is gone. Files look nothing like the previous COD.

For the OP, you must have Vsync enable but that would mean your monitor runs at 50Hz?? That would be bad.
Game had Vsync enabled, so I turned it off. Now getting framerate anywhere from 100 to 250 fps. Fluctuates more now, but I like the higher framerate. Got my best score testing in a map after I turned Vsync off.

And yes my monitor is running at 50 Hz. Bad for the eyes? Only other choice I have is 60 Hz.
 

zeroy

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#7
And yes my monitor is running at 50 Hz. Bad for the eyes? Only other choice I have is 60 Hz.
At 50Hz you should see the flicker clearly, yes very bad for the eyes imo. Go to 60Hz or even try find the specifications of your monitor as a lot of them will go to 70-72Hz with the proper driver installed.
 
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