If you want to check the number of fps in Diablo 4, you can find out how to do it here.
The Diablo 4 closed beta launched yesterday. Those who have had access can try out the latest installment in the popular Blizzard series. Of course, this was not without technical problems. If you need to check the number of fps, you can find out how to do it here.
Nvidia GeForce Experience
If you have an Nvidia GPU, you can use Nvidia GeForce Experience to measure frame rate. To do this, you must do the following:
- start the program;
- go to the settings (the gear icon in the upper right corner) and in the “general” tab activate the “in-game overlay” option;
- click on the “settings” button, which will appear under the function launched in the previous step;
- Go to the “HUD Layout” tab then “Performance” to adjust the position of the meter and the number of parameters you want to control.
When you start the game after saving the settings, the overlay will appear where you specified.
AMD Software: Adrenaline
Owners of AMD cards can also take advantage of the manufacturer’s software, AMD Software: Adrenalin. In this case, to see the number of fps, you must do the following:
- start the program;
- enter the “performance” tab
- Enable the option to show overlay on titles.
Windows Game Bar
A quick way to check the frame rate in Diablo 4 is also to use the Windows Game Bar. While playing, press the key combination responsible for launching the overlay (Windows+G by default). A number of different functions will then appear, among which there is also a small “performance” panel, which shows, among other things, the number of frames per second. Just tap the pin icon and it will permanently appear on the screen.
If, after launching Windows Game Bar, it did not show you the “performance” tab by default, then you need to go to the “widgets menu”, which is in the panel at the top of the screen. This is how you can manually enable the feature.
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