This guide will tell you how to enable NVIDIA GeForce FPS Overlay in-Game Performance Overlay.
1- First, you must ensure that your Windows is fully updated. For this, you first need to go to the bottom left side of your screen to the Search button, write “update” on it and then click on “check for update”.
2- A new window will pop up, navigate down, and click “check for updates”. It will scan your machine to see if there are any updates available.
2- Now right-click on the taskbar, select task manager, and expand the Display Adaptors. You will find your graphics card there.
3- To update NVidia drivers, click on the following link https://www.nvidia.com/download/index... After reaching this page, select your product type, and your product series. At last, you need to select your operating system and click on Search.
4- It will take you to a new page, you need to click on the Download button on this page. Once the download completes, run the setup, agree to the agreement and click on Next. After that, it will start installing.
5- Now, right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager. Expand the Display Adaptors, and you will find your graphics card there.
6- Right-click on the desktop and open the NVidia control panel.
7- On the top left side, click on the “Adjust image settings with preview”, use the advanced 3D image settings that have been selected and click on Apply. After that, launch the game and see if it fixes your problem.
8- Now head to Manage 3D settings and go to the second option which is program settings. Select the game and then select a program to customize, scroll all the way down to Power management mod, and set it to maximum performance.
9- It will raise your idle clock slightly and help solve the stuttering issues inside the game. Set the Open Render GPU should to your GPU and set the preferred refresh rate to the highest.
10- After that, scroll down to Anisotropic Optimization and enable it. You must allow Negative lod Bois and set the texture filtering quality to high performance. Try linear optimization to threaded optimization and then click on Apply.
11- Now open the Geforce and click on the open game overly option on the top of the screen. You will now find an overlay, as this overlay has many different options that allow you to take screenshots.
12- Select the Settings tab on the right side of the screen, and go down to the HUD layout. You will find performance there, select FPS from the drop-down menu and choose a position where you want to display the FPS counter.