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If your monitor doesn't support 120hz display, setting it to 120hz display may cause damage to the controller chip and the display itself.

Be warned.

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you are ttly confused coz this thread is wrong if you follow it you will always get black screen if ur monitor not 120-144hz. he found this info from web and shared but it will not help ya increase your fps.
Frames Per Second can be unlocked if:
vsync off
smooth frame rate off

@MrsHappyPenguin can you please rename topic and delete info at 1 post, stop confusing ppl as this cause BLK scrren
];->
rename it "how to get black screen".

Edited by Dahel

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12 hours ago, Dahel said:

you are ttly confused coz this thread is wrong if you follow it you will always get black screen if ur monitor not 120-144hz. he found this info from web and shared but it will not help ya increase your fps.
Frames Per Second can be unlocked if:
vsync off
smooth frame rate off

@MrsHappyPenguin can you please rename topic and delete info at 1 post, stop confusing ppl as this cause BLK scrren
];->
rename it "how to get black screen".

This only adds a new profile and makes it look like your screen supports 120 Hz. You don't have to activate that profile to get it to work in APB, it'll still give you the 121 FPS just for doing this.

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full of ******

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On 7/11/2018 at 12:18 AM, SLICKIEM said:

For people who don't know, even with a 60hz monitor, higher frame rates improve responsiveness in-game (with diminishing returns at 60hz, of course). It's negligible for most people, but I can tell the difference between 58fps and 60fps, or v-sync and non-v-sync 60fps. So it really makes me feel more comfortable. Try it out! It also gives me less screen tearing without needing v-sync.

It may improve responsiveness but you can end up with frame stutter because your trying to process 100 frames then condense them into 60 frames and that takes more hardware. If you limit your frames at 60 your GPU will only be processing 60 frames and dedicating all of its power to process them so its gonna be wasting much less hardware strength on producing an extra 40 frames it will never use. So you will have less chance of frame stutter. Edited by YeOldLegends

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8 minutes ago, YeOldLegends said:
It may improve responsiveness but you can end up with frame stutter because your trying to process 100 frames then condense them into 60 frames and that takes more hardware. If you limit your frames at 60 your GPU will only be processing 60 frames and dedicating all of its power to process them so its gonna be wasting much less hardware strength on producing an extra 40 frames it will never use. So you will have less chance of frame stutter.
If you can run 120fps without advanced launcher, it's likely your GPU is good enough to not experience frame stutter anyways. This "fix" is really only for people who have nice GPU's. Bonus points if you have 120+hz monitor. Edited by SLICKIEM

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3 minutes ago, SLICKIEM said:
10 minutes ago, YeOldLegends said:
It may improve responsiveness but you can end up with frame stutter because your trying to process 100 frames then condense them into 60 frames and that takes more hardware. If you limit your frames at 60 your GPU will only be processing 60 frames and dedicating all of its power to process them so its gonna be wasting much less hardware strength on producing an extra 40 frames it will never use. So you will have less chance of frame stutter.
If you can run 120fps without advanced launcher, it's likely your GPU is good enough to not experience frame stutter anyways. This "fix" is really only for people who have better GPU's. Bonus points if you have 120+hz monitor.
I can run 100 fps max resolution (4k) 120hz monitor at highest settings with 101fps none of that unlocks bullshoot stated in this thread used. I still get frame stutter. The stutter isnt caused by a shitty graphics card its caused by shitty optimization. Edited by YeOldLegends

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52 minutes ago, YeOldLegends said:
I can run 100 fps max resolution (4k) 120hz monitor at highest settings with 101fps none of that unlocks bullshoot stated in this thread used. I still get frame stutter. The stutter isnt caused by a shitty graphics card its caused by shitty optimization.
I get no frame stutter outside of the rare hiccup every 30 mins with an AMD R9 280x 6gb and an i7-6700k at 120fps. Maybe that's the secret combo to bypass the optimization issues lol

I also have a 10gb paging file and an SSD which probably helps tremendously
  Edited by SLICKIEM

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19 hours ago, SLICKIEM said:
I get no frame stutter outside of the rare hiccup every 30 mins with an AMD R9 280x 6gb and an i7-6700k at 120fps. Maybe that's the secret combo to bypass the optimization issues lol

I also have a 10gb paging file and an SSD which probably helps tremendously
 
I have a GTX 1060 6GB, i7 8700, Samsung 960 PRO NVMe. Comparing the two. I should be having no frame stutter or micro lag. Guess what I do. Which proves my point. It's nothing to do with hardware and all to do with optimization. 

http://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1060-6GB-vs-AMD-R9-280X/3639vs2192
http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-8700K-vs-Intel-Core-i7-6700K/3937vs3502
http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Samsung-960-Pro-NVMe-PCIe-M2-512GB-vs-Samsung-850-Evo-250GB/m182182vs2977

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Posted (edited)

Do not forget with update 3.5 and 4+ some bugs will fixed with those engine updates.
best way is to chk update notes for 3.5-4+

Edited by Dahel

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