How To See A Game’s FPS Count On Windows

[Simple Steps To Enable Constant FPS Feedback]

The best part about playing games on a PC is the amazing graphics quality that is available to users. This graphic quality is often measured in FPS or frames per second.

For power users, knowing the FPS they get while gameplay is a good way of understanding the demands the game is putting on their graphics card and whether it is able to fulfill it.

Here are some simple ways you can use to keep a constant check on this FPS count.

Steams In Game Overlay

  1. Open the “Steam Menu” and select “Settings”.
  2. Select the “In Game” category.
  3. Click on “Enable the Steam Overlay while in game” option.
  4. Choose the area of the screen you want it to be displayed on.
  5. During a game, keep an eye on that area to see the FPS count.

Nvidia GeForce Experience

  1. Open the Nvidia GeForce Experience software and click on “Preferences”.
  2. Select the “ShadowPlay” category.
  3. Click the “FPS Counter” button.
  4. Choose the area of the screen you want it to be displayed on.
  5. During a game, keep an eye on that area to see the FPS count.

With these easy steps, you will be able to keep an eye on the FPS count of your game. Have fun.

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Posted on : 20 Jul 2016 @ 17:39

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