FPS, frames per second give us a hint about how smooth you are running the game you’re playing. Also, it applies to any type of videos. Though it mostly depends on the capability of your gear, there are adjustments you can do to improve the FPS you’re getting. If you’re having FPS drops in even the medium quality graphics settings you can try to lower your settings to see if you’re having any higher frames per second. Also, you can get the software that comes with your graphics card and manage the settings you from there too.

If you own an Nvidia graphics card you can make some adjustments to improve your FPS via using the GeForce Experience software. To download it you can click the link down below;

Nvidia GeForce Experience

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