When gaming, being continuously limited to 60 FPS sometimes causes lag, and affects game performance. No matter how you’ve fixed them, they still won’t escape that limit. In this article dancylove will guide you how to remove this error.
p/s: And setting up FPS too high will reduce the life of a computer’s hardware, as they always have to operate at high intensity to push FPS to levels that we don’t need.
1. How to set the FPS limit for all games
Step 1: Right click on the desktop => and select NVIDIA Control Panel
Step 2: Manage 3D Settings in the Sidebar on the left => and in this section switch to the Global Settings tab.
Step 3: Scroll down a little and you will be able to immediately see the Max Frame Rate setting that we are looking for.
Click the word Off and switch it to ON to enable the FPS limit feature, then use the slider or enter the number of FPS you want to limit in the box next to FPS => and click OK to finish.
Step 4: After you have found the desired frame rate, click Apply to apply it to all games installed on your computer.
If the above does not solve the problem, you can refer to the other way below
2. Fix 60 fps cap?