5 Replies Latest reply: Aug 11, 2012 6:14 PM by Grant Bennet-Alder
stephenm105 Level 1 Level 1

i play allot of games on my mid 2012 13.3" macbook pro i play them all a 60Hz(60 fps) what is the max i can set it too with out damaging the display my friend have some monitors that use 125Hz they say that would damahe my screen i what to know what is recommended


MacBook Pro, OS X Mountain Lion, mid 2012 13.3"
Solved by stephenm105 on Aug 11, 2012 5:45 PM Solved

it askes to set it what should i set it at

Reply by Grant Bennet-Alder on Aug 11, 2012 5:41 PM Helpful

Your Mac Pro knows how fast the internal screen can be refreshed without damaging it. Any resolution and refresh rate you can achive using System Preferences in Mac OS X is safe.

 

If using an external display, the Mac requires the display to provide its name and its parameters. The settings you can achieve in System Preferences will be within the display's capabilities.

Reply by Shootist007 on Aug 11, 2012 5:42 PM Helpful

All 13" MBPs only have the built in Intel graphics so you are very limited as to what FPS you can run games at.

 

As far as the Hz screens run at that has no baring on game play. All flat screen monitors use the 60Hz setting but it really doesn't matter on LCD/LED screens. That is really a Refresh rate for CRT monitors that had to Redraw the screen from top to bottom, bottom to top but with LCD/LED the whole screen is refreshed at once, IE no scanning like on older TUBE CRT monitors.

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  • stephenm105 Level 1 Level 1

    pls help

  • Grant Bennet-Alder Level 9 Level 9

    Your Mac Pro knows how fast the internal screen can be refreshed without damaging it. Any resolution and refresh rate you can achive using System Preferences in Mac OS X is safe.

     

    If using an external display, the Mac requires the display to provide its name and its parameters. The settings you can achieve in System Preferences will be within the display's capabilities.

  • Shootist007 Level 6 Level 6

    All 13" MBPs only have the built in Intel graphics so you are very limited as to what FPS you can run games at.

     

    As far as the Hz screens run at that has no baring on game play. All flat screen monitors use the 60Hz setting but it really doesn't matter on LCD/LED screens. That is really a Refresh rate for CRT monitors that had to Redraw the screen from top to bottom, bottom to top but with LCD/LED the whole screen is refreshed at once, IE no scanning like on older TUBE CRT monitors.

  • stephenm105 Level 1 Level 1

    it askes to set it what should i set it at

  • Grant Bennet-Alder Level 9 Level 9

    Look at the resolutions available in System preferences, and use one of those.

     

    As far as frame rate, set that at anything you like -- at some point it will either top out, or no longer be able to achieve a faster rate without impacting game play.