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Re: Console Key FPS Counter Too Small

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Console Key FPS Counter Too Small

When I use the console key (~) to pull up the FPS counter, it's too small to see. I'm running this game in 4K and it's barely visible. Yes, I could use Origin In-Game's FPS counter, but I try to maximize performance by not having those features activated. Please look into proportionately-sized console views.

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@ISterlingArcher wrote:

When I use the console key (~) to pull up the FPS counter, it's too small to see. I'm running this game in 4K and it's barely visible. Yes, I could use Origin In-Game's FPS counter, but I try to maximize performance by not having those features activated. Please look into proportionately-sized console views.


The "PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayScale" command changes the size of the FPS counter. "PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayScale 6" would be 6 times bigger.


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Just type:- perfoverlay.drawfps true

your fps will be visible

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@ISterlingArcher wrote:

When I use the console key (~) to pull up the FPS counter, it's too small to see. I'm running this game in 4K and it's barely visible. Yes, I could use Origin In-Game's FPS counter, but I try to maximize performance by not having those features activated. Please look into proportionately-sized console views.


The "PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayScale" command changes the size of the FPS counter. "PerfOverlay.FpsDisplayScale 6" would be 6 times bigger.


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@Carbonic Nice! I couldn't even see the options every time I typed in Perfoverlay... so I didn't even know about those. Thanks!

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