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  1. #1
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    Angry Low FPS while gaming in full-screen mode

    Hello There!

    The title says it all. When my games/benchmark softwares are running in windowed mode I'm getting at least 120FPS but when I go full screen my FPS is at most 50.

    Hardware:
    • STRIX GTX1080 (Non OC)
    • I7-6700K (At Stock @4200MHz)
    • PG348Q connected through DP cable at 100Hz



    I tried turning off GSync through nvidia control panel but it didn't help at all. If I enable gsync in windowed mode also, I'm still getting 100FPS while running games
    or heaven in windowed mode, however in the moment I go full screen either gsync or not FPS stays 50. GPU/CPU clocks are the same as in windowed mode. Light on
    monitor RED when gsync on WHITE when it's off. What am I missing here as it really seems to be a configuration issue to me.

    Driver version is the latest: 372.70

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    If I'm not mistaken, windowed mode will always display more fps than full screen mode, it happens to me too. It makes sense if you think about it.

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    Yeah sounds about right.

    People are reporting the same thing with that monitor. It's a very demanding monitor. I stayed away from curved monitors for that reason.
    I was very close on getting one my self.

    check @ 7:25 for the fps


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53o28XBFVIw

    Don't feel too bad, even though I got a 144Hz 1440p panel with a gtx 1080, it's still not enough for the program that i use. I'm planning to get
    a Asus GTX 1070 Strix for physx and shadowplay duties. Ugh never ending consumerism
    Last edited by protos; 09-09-2016 at 08:53 AM.

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