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FPS WON'T GO OVER 60: VSYNC OFF, FPS LIMIT ABOVE 60

1 emerald 13 replies 156 views | started 12/06/2017 8:47 am by Ahiga
I've been playing minecraft for many years and noticed fps won't go over 60 fps even though i have vsync turned off and fps limit above 60 fps.
I use Ubuntu.
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Ahiga
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12/08/2017 7:04 pm
Level 51 Grandmaster Network
Jack_Keeley
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Some GPUs will limit themselves to whatever the limits of the monitor they are connected to are
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12/07/2017 5:20 am
Level 10 Journeyman Mage
Govindas
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why you want to have higher fps anyways with 60hz monitor? there won't be visible difference.
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12/07/2017 10:01 am
Level 1 New Miner
Ahiga
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more fps on a 60hz monitor do make a difference
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12/08/2017 2:00 am
Level 10 Journeyman Mage
Govindas
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I do not see difference between 300 fps and 60fps VSync on my laptop.
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12/06/2017 8:05 pm
Level 7 Apprentice Modder
noodlegamer76
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if you have a60hertz monitor you dont need to go over 60, its already maxed
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12/07/2017 1:17 am
Level 1 New Miner
Ahiga
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You can get over 60fps with a 60hz monitor.
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12/06/2017 3:33 pm
Level 9 Apprentice Network
electroman01
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60hertz monitor
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12/06/2017 4:34 pm
Level 1 New Miner
Ahiga
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Yes i have a 60hz monitor
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12/07/2017 6:30 am
Level 9 Apprentice Network
electroman01
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That means you are limited visually to 60fps but you conputer may say higher. That could be your problem
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12/06/2017 1:12 pm
Level 7 Apprentice Modder
noodlegamer76
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erm, you might have a program that tells you fps, 60 is most likely what your computer takes, my pc is 60 FPS, so it should be normal
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12/06/2017 2:18 pm
Level 1 New Miner
Ahiga
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I don't have a program that tells me how much fps my computer can hold.
Btw here's some info about my pc:
64-bit Gnome 3.26.1
Processor: Intel® Pentium(R) CPU G3250 @ 3.20GHz × 2
Graphic: Intel® Haswell Desktop
8GB
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12/06/2017 10:47 am
Level 9 Apprentice Skinner
HypeOr
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You may have a setting such as Vsync enabled through your gpu software, such as nvida control panel or the AMD equivalent.
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12/06/2017 2:12 pm
Level 1 New Miner
Ahiga
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i got a program called CCSM (Compiz Configuration Settings Manager) and I turned off Vsync there, but still, i can't see a change on the fps in minecraft.

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