Gaming - dv6tqe/dv7tqe

Discussion in 'HP' started by Bag3l, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. geekboy

    geekboy Notebook Consultant

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    Looking at the FPS he's getting for various settings I think he has the 1366 x 768 screen.
     
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    speedking261 Notebook Consultant

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    I'm thinking about modding my dv6 screen to the 1080p one (if possible). Do you guys think there would be a significant decrease in FPS with the higher res options? I know I can always decrease res/quality, but would the difference be big enough that it would affect quality?
     
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    There would honestly be a VERY sigificant drop in FPS. Alot of games would have to go to low. The 6770M is a good card, but the 128-bit bus and relatively low number of shaders won't fair well.
     
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    i have dvr quad and i get around 30-40 on crysis 1 on high
     
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    I thought I would mention i'm also seeing horizontal tearing. Mine is in crysis one. gonna mess with VSYNC later.
     
  6. cotton_mouth

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    yup. I have the DV6 and I am playing at 1366 x 768 screen. Anyway, I have tried very hard but I still cant figure out why the screen tearing is happening.

    funnily enough, today i accidentally ran it on Intel Graphics. it was ultra slow as expected but, there was no screen tearing. hmm.
     
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    edft56 Notebook Guru

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    Yep.Just think that the 1366x768 is 1 MP whereas the 1080p is 2 MP so i would say that there will be a 70% performance drop.
     
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    Nah never 70%, resolution don't matter as much as before.
    You'll get a noticeable drop but not that bad, just find an external monitor and try before buying a new screen...
     
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    I noticed it on Crysis when I updated the driver through Windows update, I rolled back to the original HP graphics driver and no more tearing.
     
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