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Default Quick question about rivatuner OSD - 04-26-2011, 09:09 | posts: 1,654 | Location: Boston

Hey guys, I use riva to monitor my FPS while gaming; I see D3D9 (in DX9) and the FPS. (I don't care about other things while I'm playing. For them, I have the monitor graph constantly running, if I want to have a look after teh gaming section).

Anyway, I just got metro 2033, it started in DX9, all was fine with OSD, I switched it to DX10 and now I can't see the OSD anymore, although when I exit the game and check the monitor graph, the FPS has been recorded (the server is running just fine).

How can I solve this, as I'd like to view my FPS during gameplay of metro.

Thanks

Edit: Read up a bit and saw this is a common limitation, so nevermind. Will try using FRAPS instead.

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