Nvidia has rolled out new GeForce driver 441.87 for Windows
that bring support for setting the max frame rate for games or
According to Nvidia, this is the number one user-requested
feature and users can limit the frame rate of their computers
to save power or reduce system latency.
Frame rate is the ‘frequency’ in which a series of frames can
appear on a display panel and it applies to media contents as
well. Frame rate (frequency) is measured by frames per second
(fps). If the frame rate is low or it fluctuates frequently,
movement within 3D apps or games will appear jagged.
Nvidia GeForce driver 441.87 adds support for limiting the
frame rate of 3D games. This feature can help users save power
and also reduce system latency. Users can customize the frame
rate preferences and improve the overall performance of the
How to limit the frame rate (FPS) on Windows
- Open Nvidia Control Panel via search or select Nvidia
Control Panel from the desktop’s right-click context menu.
- Under 3D Settings, navigate to Manage 3D Settings.
- In the next screen, you will find two sections – Global
settings and Program Settings.
- Under Global settings, you can limit FPS globally and
changes are applied to all programs.
- Under Program settings, you can limit FPS for a particular
game or app.
- After double-clicking on ‘Max frame rate’ entry, you can
access a slider and set the desired FPS.
- Click ‘OK’ to apply changes.
GeForce Driver 441.87
GeForce Driver 441.87 is a WHQL certified driver for 64-bit
versions of Windows 10 and as well as Windows 7. The driver is
not available for 32-bit system as Nvidia stopped creating
32-bit versions in 2019.
The update comes with two additional improvements. It
introduces a new setting for Virtual Reality games and you can
now toggle GPU scaling independently for desktop games.
You can download the driver from here.