If playing with 60FPS will have a great advantage over 30FPS, I’m sure few people will refute this. But is this theory true when the FPS frame slot is three digits? Like 240FPS vs 144FPS? At least in NVIDIA’s view, it’s still true, especially when you’re using a high-end game display with a Super Cow X graphics card.
For months, NVIDIA has been trying to bring this information to players, and its latest research paints a picture of a correlation between higher frames and higher KD ratios (kill/death ratios).
As shown in the figure above, we can see that 180FPS compared to 60FPS, KD is 90% higher. “Of course, correlation does not in itself imply causation, ” says NVIDIA. But in situations where high fps produce smoother animation, less ghosts and tears, lower system delays, and so on, the positive relationship shown in the chart above certainly makes sense. “
In March, NVIDIA said: “Over the years, iE-racing professionals have adjusted their hardware to ultra-high frame rates – 144 or even 240fps, and they have equipped high refresh rate displays with the relevant hardware.” In fact, ProSettings.net and BattleRoyaleSettings.com report that 99% of the Big Fugitive professionals (Fortnite, Jedi Survival and Apex Heroes) use 144Hz or higher monitors, 30% of them In use of the 240Hz display. “
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