Been playing ProEvo 5 for a few weeks now & it seems they have sorted out the slow down on 60hz. so you don't have to play it on 50hz no more.Zygalski said:60Hz = taller screen size. And a bit slower (with a bit of slowdown).
50Hz = shorter, faster, no slowdown.
Come back after you've played 5 matches on both modes.RAISH said:60 OR 50 has nothing to do with the pace of the game, its picture quality. 60hz is smoother and has a better picture quality thus coz more slowdown in the box. Nothing else.
Zygalski said:Come back after you've played 5 matches on both modes.
bonus said:There is no difference in how fast the players and the ball move across the pitch on the two modes.
The fact even that it appears faster at 50Hz when playing may as well mean that it is, and when all said and done thats the point. I can play 1 game at 60hz and seem to have time on the ball pick passes and all is well but than i can have a game at 50hz and it's like a whole new game faster and hard sometimes to keep up with the ball movements.Now my experience will brobably more noticable cos i play on an LCD widscreen disply at 16:9 even though no true WS option is in the game but i believe this really shows the differences between the 50/60hz playing modes.bonus said:The input is more responsive and the ball moves more smoothly but it doesn't move any more quickly, it would just appear that .