When it comes to gaming, getting a good score depends on many things. For example having a good team helps. Having balanced mechanics also helps. Of course having good hardware helps as well where if your computer is stuttering trying to load the game, it would most definitely affect your play experience.
Unsurprisingly NVIDIA seems to agree on this and has recently published an article where they claim that having higher FPS could lead to better results in gaming. The article is basically a form of marketing for the company’s newer RTX lineup for GPUs where they claim that it offers lower latency (by as much as half) compared to some of their GTX lineups, and even more when used on a PC without a GeForce GPU.
For those who are unfamiliar with FPS, it stands for frames per second. This is where it determines how many frames can be displayed on your screen in a single second, where having a lower FPS means that the animation could look choppier. This is why movies or TV shows shown at 60 FPS look considerably more fluid compared to 30 FPS.
This concept also applies to gaming where having a higher FPS allows for smoother game which could be key to fast-paced games like Fortnite, Call of Duty, Battlefield, or Apex Legends, just to name a few. There are several ways you can improve your frame rate, such as getting higher-end hardware. Alternatively you could also try lowering your settings where those with less powerful computers have the option of sacrificing a bit of graphics quality for higher FPS.
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