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I am getting max 60 FPS on all games.

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am getting maximum 60 FPS on all games for some reason as if a setting is locking it. I have tried many options like Windows 10 Settings, Settings from the graphics card (Nvidia Geforce GTX) and OMEN Settings. I tried battery settings for performance and so on but nothing seems to unlock the FPS.

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@KingSmillBG, welcome to the forum.

 

From what I have read, I believe that you are seeing the results of the Refresh Rate of your monitor.  If it is set to 60 Hz this means that nothing above 60 FPS will be visible.  You should check to see if this is the case.

 

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Hi

 

To add to old_geekster's thoughts.

 

60 FPS provides a decent gaming experience. That is strange your system is fixed at 60 FPS regardless of what game you run. I have a 60 Hz monitor. I get varying frame rates based on the demands of the game/benchmark and the power of my GPU.

 

Download and run some free benchmarks such as:

 

Cinebench

 

Heaven, Superposition, ,and Valley (all available at the same site)

 

Furmark

 

3DMark Basic

 

Tom

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@Grzwacz, I agree with what you said.  I didn't mean, however, that I don't see varying FPS in my games.  Normally, anywhere from 27 FPS to 60 FPS, but never above these.  My Resolution is 3840x2160 @ 59Hz.

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Hi old_geekster

 

Sorry for the confusion. I was referencing the OP's fixed 60 FPS statement.

 

I have a 1080 that will run 235 FPS in some benchmarks and then run 40 FPS in Time Spy Extreme.

 

Tom

 

 

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