Frame rate (also known as frame frequency) is the frequency (rate) at which an imaging device produces unique consecutive images called frames. Frame rate is most often expressed in frames per second (FPS) and is also expressed in progressive scan monitors as hertz (Hz).

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Help with getting Super Smash Bros. Melee to run near 60FPS and clear audio in Dolphin 4.0-4549 [closed]

I have Super Smash Bros. Melee in Dolphin 4.0-4549 and I can't seem to make it run at the 60FPS speed or near that speed, and I can't seem to make the audio sound good. Here are my laptop specs: ...
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How do you ensure a game runs at 60fps while still outputting the highest quality graphics? [closed]

I'm pretty into PC gaming at the moment, and I have a decent, but not amazing, rig on which I play. But I'm finding graphics settings to be a nightmare in a lot of games. The most important part of ...
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How to show frame rate and cpu stats on Far Cry 4

How can I show frame rate and other stats in Far Cry 4?
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Stabilizing framerate of Android games

I've been playing some fast-paced, focus-demanding games like Super Hexagon and Size DOES Matter on my Sony Xperia Z1 recently, and I've noticed something that has been bothering me. Sometimes I get ...
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Are NTSC and PAL affecting games display rate or fps?

If NTSC and PAL are TV singals standards how could they affect display rate(Hz) or frames per seconds for console games (signal goes from console to tv) ? Does it still matter with hdmi?
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Why does my framerate slowly decay while playing Skyrim?

This is a new issue that popped up recently and I have no idea what brought it on. As I play Skyrim, my FPS will slowly degrade over 15 minutes or so to unplayable levels, but only in certain areas, ...
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Crysis 3 on Dell Inspiron [duplicate]

I have just ordered the Dell Inspiron 15 7537 laptop. I am just wondering can it handle Crysis 3. FPS? Graphics setting? Spec: I7 5210u 8gb ram 2gb GeForce 750m
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Minecraft Hexxit Suddenly Extreme Lag

I have a extreme lag problem on my server. It's a dedicated Server on my local machine with me and up to 4 other players on it. We use the Hexxit-Mod-Pack on 1.5.2. I give my Minecraft 1Gb Memory. ...
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Titanfall periodic stuttering?

I just downloaded Titanfall because it was free to play for 48 hours and on my i5-4670, GTX 770 Phantom 2GB, 8GB RAM system I get 60 fps maxed out except every ten seconds the game freezes for half a ...
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Why set framerate higher than your display's?

I've seen this allowed in many games' graphics options and I noticed how players like to boast that their hardware configuration can draw a certain game at XXX FPS on max settings. From what I know, ...
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Counter Strike 1.6 Configurations

Why are User configs so important? I have seen lot of players on lan and general buzz on internet forums too as to what are the most optimal settings for counter strike 1.6. What is the difference ...
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Minecraft framerate drop! Please help

I have an HP Pavilion G6 series. It has an AMD Vision A4 Dual Core, 6 gbs of RAM and a 750Gb Hard-drive with no dedicated graphics card Minecraft used to run at around 50 frames with higher settings ...
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Does deleting game help frame rate?

Total war Rome II- at first the game ran great, now there is a humongous dip in frame rate- not sure why. Would deleting other games help? (I already lowered the graphics in advanced options-didn't do ...
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Why do video game framerates need to be so much higher than TV and cinema framerates?

It seems that video games need to have something like 60 frames per second in order to be smooth and realistic. But TV and films only have about 24 or 25. Why the difference?
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How do I find the framerate I am playing my game at?

I hear people suggesting I should have at-least 30FPS in the game to have a satisfactory experience, I wonder, how do I enable FPS monitoring in a gameplay?