What to do when FPS crashes?

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I really don't know what's wrong with my PC. The frame rate of my PC decreases at once or it crashes sometimes with a buzzing sound from the sound system. Due to this, I'm unable to listen to music while working. FPS crashes also when I play simple games like Mario. What may be the cause of this problem? How can I fix this?

Answered By 0 points N/A #193625

What to do when FPS crashes?



To solve your FPS crashes problem, follow these few steps which are given below:

· Firstly, go to the “Windows Task Manager” by clicking right click to the system’s taskbar.

· After that, click on the “Processes” options in the “Windows Task Manager.

· Then, find the .exe file of your game which is not running in your system.

· After you have found the .exe file in the “Processes” options, click right click on it and select the “Set  Priority”.

· After clicking on the “Set Priority” option, set the priority to “Real-time or high”.

· Then restart your system and open your game to play it.

Hope this answer will help you a lot.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #308482

What to do when FPS crashes?


The FPS or Frames Per Second or simply the frame rate has nothing to do with the sound of the computer but refers to the display. FPS is a unit that measures the performance of a display device like the monitor. It is composed of the number of complete scans of the screen for every second.

This is the number of times or how frequent the image on the screen is refreshed every second. It is the rate at which an imaging device creates unique sequential images which is called “frames.”

Now, if you hear buzzing sound coming from the computer and then the frame rate drops, it means the problem with the sound is greatly affecting the performance of the monitor or the video card. The problem with your computer is with the sound card.

If you are using your computer’s built-in sound card and this problem is happening, you should disable the sound card in the BIOS immediately because it will cause problems with your computer like what is happening on your display. It is now affecting your video card. To fix the problem, disable the sound card in the BIOS.

Disable built-in sound card
Disable built-in sound card

Restart your computer then press DEL or DELETE when you see the POST screen to go to the BIOS. In the BIOS, look for something like “Onboard Audio” or anything with “audio” and disable it. When you are finished, save and exit. After this, your computer will now have no audio or sound but it should fix the problem with the frame rate when playing games.

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