Overwatch 2 Show FPS and performance meters explained

Overwatch 2 Show FPS and performance meters explained


 In Overwatch 2, in addition to displaying your FPS, additional performance information is available to you. In this guide, you can find out how you can display this information and what the individual statistics mean.


View FPS and performance information

You can enable the display of performance information in the game options under "Details" in the Video section. Here you can also activate a time display and determine which performance information should be shown to you.

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The performance information is displayed in the upper left corner. You can find the time display in the upper right corner.


What does the performance information mean in Overwatch 2?

Blizzard Support provides an overview of what the performance information means. If you find that your stats don't meet the recommended norms, you'll also find help there to adjust them.


In Overwatch 2 the following performance information is available to you:

  • FPS: FPS stands for your frames per second and indicates how smoothly the movements are displayed on your screen.
  • TMP: This number indicates the temperature of your graphics card. Recommended temperatures vary by manufacturer.
  • VRM: Video RAM means the graphics memory used. It should not come too close to the maximum of your graphics card.
  • PNG/Latency: This does not mean the image format, but your ping. Ping is the time it takes for information to get from your computer to the server and back again. Accordingly, this number should be as low as possible.
  • IND: This means the ability to interpolate. This is the time it takes the game to display received information. This value should typically be between 50 and 60 milliseconds.


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