FPS matters, especially when you’re playing competitive games where the difference between winning and losing is minimal. We usually stick with monitor frequencies, but one user went further. A The Valorant buff runs the game at over 1200 fps, but not (mostly) thanks to the graphics card.
The video card needs to render the game, so we need a powerful video card. But there are many other components involved in this process. RAM or M.2 SSDs have become relevant in the rendering process of the game.
But what does it take to be able to move a game like Valorant at 1200 fps? Obviously, you will need one of the best graphics cards on the market. And believe it or not, it won’t be enough, you’ll need another key component with very specific characteristics.
This is what you need to play Valorant at 1200 fps.
Twitter content creator @connorjaiye has put together a dedicated PC to play Valorant. He usually plays the game in high frame rate competitions, aiming for the highest possible accuracy. To make it run at 1200fps, it used AMD components.
In particular, it was based on Motherboard with AMD B650 chipset and one AMD RX 6950 XT graphics card. Surely you think that this is a lot of video cards for such a small motherboard. Namely, what comic processor is installed on this computer.
I’ve built a computer that gives me 1000 frames per second.
Full video below 👇
#valorant #advertising #amdryzen https://t.co/9qPZN2xi4K
July 11, 2023 • 3:02 pm
He uses his computer Processor AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3Dwho is the one who puts the “magic”. Thanks to this processor, he managed to achieve the ridiculous number of frames per second that we have commented on. Great cache trick this processor, which is complex. By having a large amount of cache, you can improve performance.
The cache is integrated into the processor and is available almost instantly. Access to RAM it takes some time and negatively impacts performance. Since most of the data is in the processor’s cache, performance is improved.
Thanks to this “trick” he succeeded over 900 stable FPS in Valorant with peaks exceeding 1200 frames per second. A frame rate that was impossible to achieve a few years ago and difficult to achieve with other processors.
Is having so many FPS useful?
Look at them, you won’t see them from beyond the frames our eyes can see and our brains can interpret, but they’re useful. Keep in mind that the more frames, the more images per second and therefore the higher the accuracy.
When we talk about competitions, one frame less or more can decide the loss and, of course, the game. Thus, the more images per second, the more accuracy we can get.
Typically, many pros drop the resolution down to 720p to get more images per second. We are talking about games where the quality of the graphics is completely irrelevant. These are not games that we are going to enjoy, these are games where accuracy prevails. For this reason, the resolution is usually reduced and the graphic quality of the environment is reduced to a minimum in order to get additional frames.
For example, in PUBG, the graphical quality of the landscape is reduced to a minimum. This reduces the amount of existing grass and you can see enemies if they fall very easily.