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How to boost your FPS [Tutorial]

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Introduction

Hey guys, voice blog #2 here. Anyway, it's been a common complaint of FPS drops and lower quality, so this is a VERY fast tutorial on how to maximize your FPS in just a minute.

Tutorial

For the most part, the tutorial is in the video, but basically, all you are doing is:

1.) Lowering your graphics settings.
2.) A secret trick for super boosting.

Conclusion

I know this was a short blog, but hey, it solves problems, eh? Be sure to try this out for yourself, it really works!
I hope you enjoyed my quick tutorial.
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axie
07/26/2013 6:01 pm
Level 35 : Artisan Bunny
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It does not work for me :c
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PJ_Videos
07/26/2013 7:31 pm
Level 28 : Expert Taco
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Try tweaking other settings, such as setting priorities via task manager,
turning settings down low,
closing other programs.
Sorry if this didn't work.
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axie
07/26/2013 8:14 pm
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It is ok :) I can do the things you suggested :3
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PJ_Videos
07/27/2013 1:17 am
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Alrighty. :3
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RajaDavid
07/26/2013 3:27 am
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Your fps might be good, but your sound quality isn't. RIP headphone users
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PJ_Videos
07/26/2013 12:48 pm
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My FPS suckksss. But whatever.
My sound is rocking, it's just the mic.
Headphone users can adjust volume.
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Tman12lbs
07/25/2013 9:59 pm
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actually, i think you explained VSync a bit wrong.

VSync = Vertical Sycronization = the game will try to make the pixels that are horizontally portraying the game scene sync up with the vertical ones. this is mostly only useful if you ON AVERAGE have high fps.

What vsync does is make it so you do not have "Screen tearing" which is where you see parts of the game scene moving but other parts of that same object or scene moving a little bit after the other parts.

what vsync does if you do not have high fps is it makes you lag EVEN MORE, because it takes up more processing power of your computer. Hopefully you now understand what vsync does.
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PJ_Videos
07/25/2013 11:16 pm
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I understand what Vsync is, the rate of the "Screen tearing" is really low, practically does nothing.
I know what Vsync is, I was just putting it simply.
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moon9890
07/25/2013 11:43 pm
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It also caps the fps to 60 and it doesn't go any higher.
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PJ_Videos
07/26/2013 12:01 am
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Yeap, it sure does.
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