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#ActualHodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 04:19 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement with uncommon examples where 100Hz is justified? Aisde from racing games, street fighter fans would notice if their input was delayed due to a 48Hz sim instead of a refresh-rate sim. We can't make absolute statements in either direction without information.
Now, help nicely, and hopefully ic0de can tell us more about his simulation soon so we can find out why 120Hz 'feels' better than 60Hz to him.

#5Hodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 04:08 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement? Aisde from racing games, street fighter fans would notice if their input was delayed due to a 48Hz sim instead of a refresh-rate sim. We can't make absolute statements in either direction without information.
Now, help nicely, and hopefully ic0de can tell us more about his simulation soon so we can find out why 120Hz 'feels' better than 60Hz to him.

#4Hodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:58 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement? Aisde from racing games, street fighter fans would notice if their input was delayed due to a 48Hz sim instead of a refresh-rate sim. We can't make absolute statements in either direction without information.
Now, help nicely, and hopefully ic0de can tell us more about his simulation soon.

#3Hodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:57 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement? Aisde from racing games, street fighter fans would notice if their input was delayed due to a 48Hz sim instead of a refresh-rate sim. We can't make absolute statements in either direction without information.
Now, help nicely, and hopefully iCode can tell us more about his simulation soon.

#2Hodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:55 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement? Aisde from racing games, street fighter fans would notice if their input was delayed due to a 48Hz sim instead of a refresh-rate sim. We can't make absolute statements in either direction without information.
Now, help nicely.

#1Hodgman

Posted 23 November 2012 - 03:53 AM

point out why you would tell someone to just increase his update rate without actually knowing what the underlying cause is.

Calm down.
No one here has told anyone to arbitrarily increase their simulation rates. Kunos is reacting to your hyperbole.
Surely saying that 48Hz is enough for everyone, without knowing what the underlying issue is, is just as offensive as retorting that statement?
Now, help nicely.

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