I would like to see what my framerate is for Borderlands 2 (steam). However, the only way to do this that I can find on Google, is to install 3rd-party-software (fraps, EVGA monitor...). Right now, I am running Ubuntu, which is incompatible with all of these. Is there any way to see the framerate without installing anything?


Steam actually has a built in setting for you to check the FPS of any game. Go into setting and select the In-Game options and change the In-Game FPS counter to whatever position you want. This will then show some small text in one of the corners with the current FPS of the game.

FPS Setting

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    Thanks! This ended up being a lot simpler then I had imagined. – DJMcMayhem May 26 '15 at 0:00

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