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I am trying to play with the optimal settings regarding game performance. But yet again, I still enjoy playing with some great graphical settings.

To balance this out, I would love to know;

  • Are there any way that I can see my FPS in-game?
  • Or track the FPS after a game?

(EDIT: I often use the unit preloader aswell - I can recommend this)

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    You can use Fraps for displaying fps – spyder Aug 20 '13 at 8:25
  • @spyder wouldent Fraps have a negative influence on the FPS of the game? Then it wouldent be acurate. – AtlasEU Aug 20 '13 at 8:40
  • You can use Fraps for displaying the fps without recording – Oskar Persson Aug 20 '13 at 9:08
  • @AtlasEU Fraps has a negligible impact on performance in games, unless you're recording videos with it. If you're only using it to monitor your game's FPS, then the performance impact should be almost the same as a built-in FPS counter's. – Nolonar Aug 20 '13 at 14:15
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In Starcraft 2, if playing on Windows, Ctrl + Alt + F should show you your fps.

On a Mac, Ctrl + Option + F.

It should appear in the upper left hand corner.

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