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i have the exact same problem but with a 960m cant go above 380 fps i tried EVERYTHING that is on the internet still have the problem
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Odd.. a 9300M GS can get around 60-90.
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BUMP
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can you link to where you got the laptop? try removing any intel drivers if you have them
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Toxi wrote:

can you link to where you got the laptop? try removing any intel drivers if you have them
I got it in a store here in Portugal, i tried that too before but there were some problems because the screen used the intel graphics card or something
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Ari0n wrote:

Toxi wrote:

can you link to where you got the laptop? try removing any intel drivers if you have them
I got it in a store here in Portugal, i tried that too before but there were some problems because the screen used the intel graphics card or something
If the screen is using the intel graphics card then the game is running on that. Uninstall all intel graphics drivers, and get the ones from here: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/136675/en-us
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In my personal opinion, you should not focus on frames per second - but rather on your screen's refresh rate. The real frames per second you see are those your gear can show you, not render. Set frame limiter to exact ammount as your display allows and try to run it. Unnecesarily big ammount of fps may lead the display to simply ignore the frames it cant process. Such mismatch may lead to lost frames in big ammounts.
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Toxi wrote:

If the screen is using the intel graphics card then the game is running on that. Uninstall all intel graphics drivers, and get the ones from here: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverRe ... 6675/en-us
Disabling the intel drivers did give me more fps, but i couldn't have access to the nvidia control panel anymore because it said there was no monitor connected to a nvidia gpu. I think this has something to do with windows 10 and optimus, which chooses the graphics card more appropriate for each situation. I guess it doesn't recognize osu as a program worthy of using the nvidia card... The best solution i saw to this problem is switching to windows 7, but i'm not doing that...
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Hypixus wrote:

In my personal opinion, you should not focus on frames per second - but rather on your screen's refresh rate. The real frames per second you see are those your gear can show you, not render. Set frame limiter to exact ammount as your display allows and try to run it. Unnecesarily big ammount of fps may lead the display to simply ignore the frames it cant process. Such mismatch may lead to lost frames in big ammounts.
While in most games this works, if they set their FPS to their refresh rate, they will more than likely be locked at 60fps, which is ~16ms in frame times. That 16ms isnt a problem in most games, but Osu however benefits in having lower frame times. Lower frame times mean that the cursor updates more frequently.



Ari0n wrote:

Toxi wrote:

If the screen is using the intel graphics card then the game is running on that. Uninstall all intel graphics drivers, and get the ones from here: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/136675/en-us


Disabling the intel drivers did give me more fps, but i couldn't have access to the nvidia control panel anymore because it said there was no monitor connected to a nvidia gpu. I think this has something to do with windows 10 and optimus, which chooses the graphics card more appropriate for each situation. I guess it doesn't recognize osu as a program worthy of using the nvidia card... The best solution i saw to this problem is switching to windows 7, but i'm not doing that...
Ok, well i would try going on the Nvidia website and downloading the auto-detector. I may have linked you the incorrect drivers. The auto-detector will get you the right Drivers for your system. If that still fails, I would suggest reinstalling windows. The laptop is new so you shouldnt be loosing much data, but if that is still an issue then you could partition your drive so that one section is for windows and the other is for your data.
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Have you tried replacing your drivers and other components of you laptop? Try that.
If it isn't working, try windowed mode. I use it alot.
If none of these work, please PM me on the website, thanks, and have a good day! ;)
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Reinstalled windows 10, no change... even updated all drivers before installing osu.
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not even sure if it's worth bumping this anymore but let's see...
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