Zoltán wrote:It's locked at 60 fps because that's what your monitor's refresh rate.
If you'd have a 120 HZ monitor you'd see around 120 fps - at least in idle.
External video processor that can be any refresh rate I choose. Additionally, it wasn't locked at 60fps, it was capped at *20*fps.
What solved this issue was updating the Nvidia drivers to the latest version, which gave me a 60fps lock (fine). I disabled vsync in Nvidia experience and now I get 110+fps. Windows Fall Creators Update did not change this.