Many new PC gamers are duped yearly into thinking that more than 60 fps (frames per second) means a better PC gaming experience. PC gamers are wasting money and resources on such endeavors as a high volume of frames per second, when more than a certain amount just won’t make a difference.
Frames per second (or FPS) are a necessary qualification for any gaming PC. The frame rate on the computer dictates how fast, visually, a game will run.
Running more than the optimum range for frames per second takes up valuable GPU, memory, and time. The rule of thumb: Try to keep it between 30 and 60 fps for the smoothest experience, without using too many resources. Read more “Is More Than 60 FPS Better?”