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How to check FPS in a game on Windows 10

FPS, or frames per second, is a measure of the quality of graphics in a game. The higher the FPS, the better the graphics and transitions in the game. The FPS in a game depends on a few system requirements, namely the GPU on the system, your monitor, and the game itself. You can check FPS to see if you are getting the best possible graphics in the game.

SPOILER ALERT: Scroll down and watch the video tutorial at the end of this article.

If a game doesn't support high FPS, there is little you can do to force it. If your graphics card is out of date, you can't expect it to meet the needs of newer game titles. For very high FPS you need a monitor that supports the output, e.g. B. a 4K monitor. Unless you have a monitor that supports high FPS like 120 or 240, there's no point in owning a game or GPU that can run it. You are not getting the output you want.

Assuming you have a game that supports a high frame rate, a GPU that supports it, and the right type of monitor, you may be wondering whether or not you are getting the promised FPS. Here's how to check the FPS in a game.

Steam games

When you're playing a Steam game, finding the FPS is easy. Steam has a built-in tool that shows the current FPS and constantly updates it. Here you can check the FPS while playing the game.

To enable the Steam FPS overlay, open Steam and go to Steam> Settings. In the Settings section, go to the In-Game tab and enable the FPS overlay under In-Game FPS Counters. Select which corner of the screen you want the current FPS to appear in.

Start a game on Steam and the FPS will be displayed in the corner you selected.

FPS check in the game

Some games offer a built-in tool for viewing game statistics. These statistics may or may not include the FPS. Check your game's graphics settings to see if it includes an in-game tool to view the FPS.

Other games

For games that are not on Steam and don't have a built-in FPS tool, you can use Fraps. It's a free tool that allows you to check the FPS and overlay it in a game as you play. It works much the same as the Steam FPS tool, except it has other features that you may or may not find useful.

Download, install, and run the app. The FPS tool is enabled by default so all you have to do is run your game to get FPS stats.

Between these three solutions, you can find a tool that will allow you to check the FPS in a game no matter what GPU you own and what game you are playing.