FPS, or frames per second, is the single most important consideration for gamers of all types. Achieving a higher FPS releases all those chemicals that I don’t know the name of but which excite you. Dopamine or some stuff. Reaching a new, higher consistent FPS after upgrading your hardware or optimizing something else is a high like no other. Let’s talk about reaching that new, higher consistent FPS.
Is your RTX 3060 Ti feeling like a 1060 3GB? You’re not alone. People have been reporting low FPS on the RTX 3060 Ti since its launch. Certain settings interfere with this including RAM and BIOS configurations. Let’s see how to fix low FPS on 3060 Ti.
Mind-boggling to some, kindergarten homework for others. What is the connection between the refresh rate and the FPS? How they affect each other? What’s the maximum FPS you can get on a monitor? Let’s find the answers to all these questions and more.
VSync stands for vertical sync. It’s a graphics technology used in games to improve performance in some cases. In other cases, however, VSync can instead be detrimental to your FPS.
“May our PCs be cooler, and the framerates higher.” – all PC gamers in unison. It’s indeed the wet dream of any PC gamer to have considerably higher FPS or framerate. 60 FPS gamers want to reach 144. 144 FPS gamers want to graduate to 250+. And all sorts of other FPS brackets in between too. All in all, there’s much talk about FPS and how much of it is necessary or good for PC gaming. That’s what we’ll talk about today.