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OMFG! I just figured out the solution for low fps in every gaming console!

I hope this piece of (genius) code get to microsoft/sony!!!

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  • 31
    fps += (60 - fps)
  • 16
    while(true){
    fps++;
    }
  • 8
    WHAT NO I HAVE A BETTER IDEA
  • 18
    while(true){
    fps+=2;
    }
  • 6
  • 6
    const int DISPLAY_FPS = 60;
  • 7
    fps = std::numeric_limits<double>::infinity();
  • 9
    fps = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5 + 5; //my favorite number it's 5
  • 7
    @BindView that would fail if fps starts at zero. Try:

    while(++fps);
  • 0
    You can actually do something like this with dynamic resolution
  • 1
    fps = max_int
  • 2
    Oh. What happens if fps = -1
  • 3
    Can I please have 144 fps? At 144hz and 144p?
  • 0
    @hack Please don't reverse time... again
  • 1
    @localghost but there are 6 fives in your formula...
  • 2
    @localghost It's been bugging me a lot, and I've found 60 = (5+5/5)*(5+5), a formula with 5 fives
  • 3
    @oscarascal ok, i'll write you in mi own ascii5

    word[0] = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 - 5 + 5/5 + 5/5;
    word[1] = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5/5;
    word[2] = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5 + 5 - 5/5 -5/5;
    word[3] = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5 + 5 - 5/5 -5/5;
    word[4] = 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5*5 + 5 + 5 + 5/5;
  • 4
    if (fps <= 60)
    {
    int NumberOfStarsInTheUniverse = int.MaxValue;
    fps = NumberOfStarsInTheUniverse;
    }
    else
    {
    Generic_ScamSoftware.Name = "PC Mechanic";
    Generic_ScamSoftware.Ads.Show("HEY!! U HAV 38371626 PROBLEMS ON YOUR PC!!!!!!!!!!!!!", "728292939 virus found in your hard drive. Delete now?");
    }
    Console.Writeline("42");
  • 1
    This is what must be happening when I set V-sync on 😂
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