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How to View FPS in all games?

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Do i need fraps or am i just a moron and cant find the setting? 

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Just use Fraps because not all games have that function.

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just use the free version of fraps

 

 

Just use Fraps because not all games have that function.

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fraps,or you can use raptr now which is pretty good in my opinion

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Download msi afterburner, and set up an overlay.

I personally have time, fps, gpu and memory usage, fan speed and gpu temp. Best of all you can place it anywhere on the screen relative to any of the four corners. Fraps is overrated imo.

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MSI afterburner to my knowledge takes less processing power to run in the background than fraps methinks. I use it a lot personally just because I am used to it and the overlay is not as intrusive as fraps.

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Download msi afterburner, and set up an overlay.

I personally have time, fps, gpu and memory usage, fan speed and gpu temp. Best of all you can place it anywhere on the screen relative to any of the four corners. Fraps is overrated imo.

^This- however it does take come more time and work to set up.

Frap is a much easier alternative but lacks some features of MSI

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the problem with msi afterburner is that it only works on 32x games

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the problem with msi afterburner is that it only works on 32x games

Yeeaah, but if a game can afford to be 64 bit, it should afford to make their own command imo.

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FRAPS, Afterburner and i think EVGA Precision also lets you monitor fps

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i use msi after burner because i like to see the temps and fps but if you play BF4 you cant i think 

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i use msi after burner because i like to see the temps and fps but if you play BF4 you cant i think

ive tried it with Titanfall and can't get it to work :/

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Yea just use free fraps http://www.fraps.com/

alright, thanks. That's what I'm using atm

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For MSI Afterburner, you may need the 64-bit version of it to have the FPS overlay for some games (like BF4's 64-bit version). 

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