FPS Monitor : Displays Hardware Performance Overlay Inside Games

When you buy a gaming PC, the specifications might look really good. However, you can experience the real performance only when playing an actual game on that PC. It depends not only on the hardware configuration, but also the game settings. In order to see which combination of hardware configuration and  game settings is giving you the best performance, you can use a tool called FPS Monitor.

FPS Monitor is a tool for measuring the performance of a computer during a running game. Its additional advantage is displaying not only the frames per second (FPS), but also additional parameters of our components. It displays all of this information inside the game using an overlay. This way you can see the real-time performance when playing a particular level in the game (perhaps the one that pushes your graphics card to the limit).

FPS Monitor

Using this information one can determine exactly at which point in the game a piece of hardware is pushed to the limit and thus causes problem with the performance in the game. For example, if your hard drive is slow and is causing the game to load files slowly then it will be displayed on the overlay screen. And in this case, you can improve the performance of your system simply by upgrading the hard drive to a solid state drive.

The FPS Monitor displays relevant information in the form of an overlay while the game is running. But it also creates a log of all the performance related information on your local storage drive. Thanks to this, we can always find all the information even after leaving the game and read all the most important data, including the work of the processor, GPU, RAM or hard drive. FPS Monitor is an application created for users who turn up components or test their stability.

You can download FPS Monitor from https://fpsmon.com/en/.