Competitive gamers and esports pros aim for the highest FPS possible to give them every competitive advantage. We take a look at how this all works on your PC and why FPS, powered by the latest GPUs, offers gamers a competitive advantage by improving animation smoothness, reducing the effect of ghosting and tearing, and lowering system latency.

To see the effects of high FPS in action watch the High FPS CS:GO SLO-MO Video:

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  1. this video in a nutshell: you need high fps because if you slow down the footage it doesn't look perfect, even if you don't notice it during normal not slowed down gameplay…

    Similarly you could slow down the video and make 240 fps look like shit, just like the 60fps in this case. Also funny how they showed players with 180 fps play almost TWICE as much better than those with 60fps, such bullshit lmao.

  2. But we were taught in bio that any event which happens more than 14times a second seems continuous to our eye? So i play watchdogs 2 at 15 fps so it would be osm!!


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