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# Unix (Terminal)
open -a "Google Chrome" --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit
# Windows (Command prompt)
start chrome --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit
@rishit836
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But i need for Windows

@brunosimon
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Here you go

@victorvergaraux
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It works with Microsoft Edge too

start msedge --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

@hamid814
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hamid814 commented Mar 29, 2021

Awesome!

@neoshamangames
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How about for linux? I tried the Unix command but get "bash: open: command not found"

@FBIKiller
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open -a "Zoom.us" --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

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open -a "Microsoft Word" --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

@FBIKiller
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open -a "Google Chrome 2" --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

@FBIKiller
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1048576 exel

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open -a "Opera" --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

@charlotte-hues
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Ubuntu (Linux)

google-chrome --args --disable-gpu-vsync --disable-frame-rate-limit

@Yamakuzure
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With --disable-frame-rate-limit WebGL games (like shellshockers) are unusable, and youtube videos play with 2 FPS. Without the switch everything is smooth but locked on 60 FPS.

I daresay the switch no longer does what it did a few month back...

--disable-gpu-vsync --- does nothing
--max-gum-fps= --- is no longer heeded

(Tested with Chrome Version 108.0.5343.2 on Linux)

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