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Mr Puggsly said:
ManUtdFan said:

I've made the point before, but it's a shame there isn't a universal standard, set across all games. By that I mean PC configurable options, or for simplicity sake a 1080p mode for Series X where everything gets revved to the max... 120 fps and/or higher polygons, better textures etc.

If developers desired, there can be performance and higher quality visual modes. We don't necessarily need all the PC settings if they just offered that.

Many were angry that the latest Assassin's Creed is 4K/30 fps focused. If they simply offered a Performance mode that dropped the resolution or utilized dynamic resolution for 60 fps, many people would be happy. Assuming CPU isn't an issue, I can't imagine that even requires much work.

Achieving 60fps is a job for the entire system, not just the CPU.
Any singular component can hold you back from hitting 60fps... Which is why I have tried to educate people on this before the hardware was revealed, that... Just because we get shiny new 8-core Ryzen CPU's at a decent clockspeed, does not mean we will have 60fps games across the board.

We can still be GPU limited, we can still be bandwidth limited.

--::{PC Gaming Master Race}::--